Definition of prudent in English:
Acting with or showing care and thought for the future: no prudent money manager would authorize a loan without first knowing its purpose
More example sentences
- With prudent money management you can beat the downward trend in rates and earn a good return on your savings.
- It would not have been prudent to spend money from charity funds until we received the go-ahead.
- Auditors have praised Greenwich Council for its prudent management of public money.
wise, well judged, judicious, sagacious, sage, shrewd, advisable, well advised, politic, sensible, commonsensical
cautious, careful, canny, chary, wary, circumspect, far-sighted, forearmed;
North American forehanded
thrifty, provident, economical, canny, sparing, frugal, abstemious, scrimping
Late Middle English: from Old French, or from Latin prudent-, contraction of provident- 'foreseeing, attending to' (see provident).
Words that rhyme with prudentimprudent, jurisprudent, student
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