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    prudent

    prudent - Dictionary definition and meaning for word prudent

    Definition
    (adj) careful and sensible; marked by sound judgment
    Example Sentence
    • a prudent manager
    • prudent rulers
    • prudent hesitation
    • more prudent to hide than to fight
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for prudent

sounds like president; a president is always a wise or just person

we all know ICICI Prudential insurance.. so we can think of thoughtful decision taken by having a insurance policy...

germs are careful (prudent) of pepsodent(tooth paste)

sounds like student who should always be cautious about assignments and projects.

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Prude people are very prudent .. They do not want to sound offensive to anybody ..

A student who is prudent will always be successful.

prudent sound like pepsodent toothpaste which protect teeth carefully

prudent sounds like "proud student".... so very wise and caefull

prudent toothpaste carefully protects the teeth

prudential sound like credential so when u give ur credential to anyone ur very cautious and careful...

pepsodant- sensible toothbrush

prudent-you must choose pepsodent as a toothpaste because your teeths are sensible and u must be careful

we need a prudent President. _ i.e. someone who show care and thought for our future

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