it judiciously

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  • You must spend it judiciously and get the food you need and want. Cited from Diet and Health, by Lulu Hunt Peters
  • Since her heart responded to a golden key only, he would keep that key and use it judiciously. Cited from Taken Alive, by E. P. Roe
  • You cannot have a better companion than the Bible, if you will use it judiciously. Cited from Modern Skepticism: A Journey Through the Land of Doubt and Back Again
  • She has acquired her knowledge innocently, and she will use it judiciously. Cited from Lights and Shadows of New York Life, by James D. McCabe
  • He yielded to it judiciously, and managed to spin on his head before Jumbo could land on his chest. Cited from The Dozen from Lakerim, by Rupert Hughes
  • We of to-day have our choice of varieties not subject to disease; let us make it judiciously, and we may be sure of a paying crop every year. Cited from The Cultivation of The Native Grape, by George Husmann
  • Elmer even took a hand himself, wringing each article cast off by the bulky Landy before he hung it judiciously before the fire. Cited from Afloat, by Alan Douglas
  • She nearly let the bottle fall, the last of which she was sloping carefully into a vessel of bright glass; and then she raised her hand again, and finished it judiciously. Cited from Lorna Doone, by R. D. Blackmore
  • By investing it judiciously he could double it. Cited from Gordon Keith, by Thomas Nelson Page
  • Here we see displayed, more clearly than ever, her power of deciding the sex of the egg, in order to adapt it judiciously to the conditions of the house-room available. Cited from Bramble-Bees and Others, by J. Henri Fabre
  • Anybody could make money, but to enjoy it, to circulate it judiciously, one must possess individuality -- of a sort. Cited from The Auction Block, by Rex Beach
  • The marriage had been anxiously desired, and the way for it judiciously prepared, but it was in no sense forced on either of the contracting parties by their elders who so desired it. Cited from Great Britain and Her Queen, by Anne E. Keeling
  • He was, the paper stated, recovering from his injuries, though it judiciously refrained from mentioning whether the authorities applauded or censured him. Cited from The Gold Trail, by Harold Bindloss
  • Lifting it cautiously to his lips, he tasted it judiciously. Cited from If I Were King, by Justin Huntly McCarthy
  • We went at it judiciously and with well-considered plans, three of us: the bank teller, Barrett, a young carpenter named Gifford, and myself. Cited from Branded, by Francis Lynde
  • It was a baser faculty, but his care must be to develop it, to train it, to handle it judiciously, until by handling he had made it pliable to all the uses of his paper. Cited from The Divine Fire, by May Sinclair
  • It may be fairly assumed that Thomas Turnbull got reliable information from some source which he was never known to disclose, and having got it, he hastened to use it judiciously and to advantage. Cited from Looking Seaward Again, by Walter Runciman
  • Rather to account for the thoughtful lines on his forehead than for any reason connected with the license, he took that document from the table, where it had lain since he produced it, and affected to examine it judiciously. Cited from One Wonderful Night, by Louis Tracy
  • "Once in a while: probably, whenever I hand you your allowance, I shall look over your account for the week that is just past, and tell you what I think of the way you have laid out your money, in order to help you to learn to spend it judiciously." Cited from Elsie's Kith and Kin, by Martha Finley (aka Martha Farquharson)
  • It is easy to understand that a man who has reached the place in medicine where he can recommend manipulative treatments of this kind, and discuss nutritional modes so rationally, knew his practical medicine well, and wrote of it judiciously. Cited from Old-Time Makers of Medicine, by James J. Walsh
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