Judicious (adjective)

Having or showing good judgment; prudent and wise.

Origin:

From latin judicium meaning "judgment" or "opinion".

Examples:

  1. She made a judicious choice in selecting the right candidate for the job.
  2. He was judicious in his investments and saw good returns.
  3. The committee made a judicious decision to invest in the new technology.
  4. The teacher was judicious in her approach to discipline, using a mix of punishment and encouragement.
  5. The doctor was judicious in her treatment, considering both the patient's symptoms and overall health.
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