Definition of judiciously in English:

judiciously

adverb

  • With good judgement or sense.

    ‘his work has been carefully and judiciously edited’
    ‘judiciously chosen words’
    • ‘The decorative elements were judiciously applied so as to enhance the beauty of the compositions.’
    • ‘Wine drinkers can pick from a short but judiciously chosen list.’
    • ‘The boring parts of the action are judiciously excised, resulting in a tight, unsettling work.’
    • ‘Debt and credit were used judiciously to help make ends meet.’
    • ‘Judiciously, the assistant director calls lunch.’
    • ‘Use over-the-counter medications judiciously, or consult your doctor about the right prescription for your needs.’
    • ‘The poor will never have access to green spaces unless governments act judiciously.’
    • ‘The author approaches British labor history judiciously, avoiding extreme statements or assertions of revolutionary changes.’
    • ‘Third-party professional advice could help consumers invest their funds judiciously.’
    • ‘Judiciously deployed, green flowers are both stunning and fashionable.’

Pronunciation

judiciously

/dʒuːˈdɪʃəsli/