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Prudence

Pru´dence
n.1.The quality or state of being prudent; wisdom in the way of caution and provision; discretion; carefulness; hence, also, economy; frugality.
Noun1.prudence - discretion in practical affairs
Antonyms:
imprudence - a lack of caution in practical affairs
2.prudence - knowing how to avoid embarrassment or distress; "the servants showed great tact and discretion"
abnegation, abstinence, acumen, advantage, advantageousness, advisability, anticipation, appropriateness, astuteness, austerity, austerity program, awareness, beneficialness, calculation, calm, calmness, canniness, cardinal virtues, careful consideration, caution, cautiousness, chariness, charity, circumspection, circumspectness, common sense, conservatism, consideration, constraint, contemplation, continence, control, convenience, cool, cool judgment, custodianship, custody, decency, deliberate stages, deliberateness, deliberation, desirability, discreetness, discretion, discrimination, dispassion, eagle eye, economic planning, economicalness, economy, economy of means, envisagement, envisionment, evenness, expedience, expediency, faith, false economy, farseeingness, farsightedness, feasibility, fitness, fittingness, forecast, foreglance, foregleam, foreglimpse, forehandedness, foreseeing, foresightedness, forethought, fortitude, frugality, frugalness, fruitfulness, gentleness, gingerliness, golden mean, good judgment, good management, guard, guardedness, guardianship, happy medium, hedge, hedging, heedfulness, hesitation, hope, husbandry, impartiality, insight, invigilation, judgement, judiciousness, juste-milieu, justice, keenness, lenity, longsightedness, looking ahead, lookout, love, management, meden agan, middle way, mildness, mindfulness, moderateness, moderation, moderationism, monitoring, natural virtues, neutrality, nonviolence, nothing in excess, observance, opportuneness, pacifism, parsimoniousness, parsimony, pawkiness, peeled eye, penetration, percentage, percipience, perspicacity, planning, policy, politicness, polity, precaution, prediction, preparation, preparedness, prepublication, presence of mind, preview, prevision, prior consultation, proctoring, profit, profitability, propriety, prospect, prospection, providence, provision, prudential administration, prudentialism, prudentialness, qui vive, readiness, reflection, reflectiveness, regardfulness, repose, restraint, rightness, safeness, safety first, sagaciousness, sagacity, sageness, sapience, seasonableness, seemliness, self-abnegation, self-control, self-denial, self-restraint, serenity, sharp eye, shrewdness, slowness to act, sobriety, solicitude, sound judgment, soundness of judgment, sparingness, stability, steadiness, stewardship, suitability, supernatural virtues, surveillance, temperance, temperateness, tentativeness, theological virtues, thoroughness, thoughtfulness, thrift, thriftiness, tight purse strings, timeliness, tranquillity, uncommunicativeness, unexcessiveness, unextravagance, unextremeness, unprecipitateness, unwastefulness, usefulness, via media, vigil, watch, watch and ward, watchful eye, watching, weather eye, weighing, wit, worthwhileness
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