Synonyms & Antonyms : Prudent





Prudent



( Adjective )


We are blessed with a
prudent house keeper.

Synonyms:

Canny

Careful

Cautions

Circumspect

Discerning

Discreet

Judicious

Politic

Sagacious

Sage

Shrewd

Vigilant

Wary

Contextual Examples:

Be
careful about what you say to him.

You should be
cautions about spending money when you are away from your home.

We must be extremely
discreet. My father suspects something.

When the fight began, he thought it is
politic to leave.

Amitabh is a
shrewd businessman. He never trusts anybody.



Antonyms:

Careless

Heedless

Imprudent

Inconsiderate

Indiscreet

Irrational

Rash

Thoughtless

Unwise

Extravagant

Wasteful

Contextual Examples:

Deepak is very
careless in his studies.

It is not good to be
heedless when your teacher teaches you.

The child sitting in next bench is very
imprudent.

One
indiscreet remark could rich the whole plan.

She is rather
extravagant when it comes to buying perfumes.

You shouldn’t make
rash promises.




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