Definitions, Meanings, Synonyms, Examples and Famous Quotes of judiciously in English


judiciously

UK /dʒuːˈdɪʃ.əs.li /

US /dʒuːˈdɪʃ.əs.li /

Adverb


judiciously in a sentence | judiciously example sentences

Let's use these intelligence tests judiciously

Judiciously chosen words

A judiciously worded statement

A judiciously worded letter

Judicious use of one's money


Quotes and Sayings about "judiciously"

1.

"The most effective debugging tool is still careful thought, coupled with judiciously placed print statements."

--- Brian Kernighan
2.

"The best portraits are perhaps those in which there is a slight mixture of caricature; and we are not certain that the best histories are not those in which a little of the exaggeration of fictitious narrative is judiciously employed. Something is lost in accuracy; but much is gained in effect. The fainter lines are neglected; but the great characteristic features are imprinted on the mind forever."

--- Thomas B. Macaulay
3.

"The best taxes are such as are levied upon consumptions, especially those of luxury; because such taxes are least felt by the people. They seem, in some measure, voluntary; since a man may choose how far he will use the commodity: They naturally produce sobriety and frugality, if judiciously imposed: And being confounded with the natural price of the commodity, they are scarcely perceived by the consumers. Their only disadvantage is that they are expensive in the levying."

--- David Hume
4.

"A small number of temples was protected by the fears, the venality, the taste, or the prudence of the civil and ecclesiastical governors. The temple of the Celestial Venus at Carthage, whose sacred precincts formed a circumference of two miles, was judiciously converted into a Christian church; and a similar consecration has preserved inviolate the majestic dome of the Pantheon at Rome."

--- Edward Gibbon
5.

"I never fancied broiling fowls; - though once broiled, judiciously buttered, and judgmatically salted and peppered, there is no one who will speak more respectfully, not to say reverentially, of a broiled fowl than I will."

--- Herman Melville