Mnemonic - Proud student wise and careful not to fail
Word - Prudent
a) wise and careful
b) shrewd in management
Part of Speech - adjective
Synonyms - judicious, discreet, circumspect
Antonyms - imprudent, careless, incautious
1 The property markets in countries with a high GDP growth are considered a prudent investment.(used often in reference with investment and finance)
2 It was surprising to see that one of the most prudent judges of the high court was not considered fit to sit on the controversial case.
3 They were out numbered and the leader decided that it was more prudent to hide than face the enemy.
4 Its better to be prudent while making a plan than regret later.
1 The prudence of the best heads is often defeated by the tenderness of the best hearts. (in a philosophical quote by Henry Fielding)
1 The highway authority seeks prudential borrowings to fund their mega project.