ddarbodus, darbodus, bwyllog, pwyllog, mhwyllog, narbodus, phwyllog
Adjective(1) careful and sensible; marked by sound judgment
(1) The action demanded by the ministerial task force is both sensible and prudent .(2) It seems that, despite rising consumer confidence, we may have become more prudent with our money.(3) If you make up your mind to live from writing, it is prudent to make certain that your work is good, he added.(4) A much more prudent approach would have helped prevent getting into this amount of debt.(5) Building from the bottom up may be more prudent than throwing money at the top.(6) It would not have been prudent to spend money from charity funds until we received the go-ahead.(7) However, the argument should be about what it is right to do, not about what it is politically prudent to do.(8) It is prudent to do a Treadmill test since you are middle aged and your lipid profile is abnormal.(9) Jean didn't drink any wine over dinner and I assumed he was being medically prudent .(10) Be prudent and avoid a negative person who can instigate a confrontation at work.(11) They are all well-run, prudent clubs who survive and sometimes prosper year in, year out.(12) You need to be prudent in relationships and careful in money transactions today!(13) It is prudent for any portfolio to have some exposure to commodities, but I would not go piling into gold.(14) She added the checks were something any prudent company would do following an accident.(15) Both countries continue to spend far more on arms than is prudent or necessary.(16) It would be prudent to replace it as soon as possible to prevent future problems.
(1) modest and prudent :: cymedrol ac yn ddarbodus
1. wise ::
2. well judged ::
barnu yn dda
3. sensible ::
4. politic ::
5. judicious ::
6. sagacious ::
7. sage ::
8. shrewd ::
9. advisable ::
10. well-advised ::
1. imprudent ::
2. indiscreet ::
3. injudicious ::
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Fear of falling, on the other hand,
is PRUDENT and evolutionary.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 13
Lord Arryn gave wise and PRUDENT advice,
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 3
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