Definition of judiciousness in English:



See judicious

‘His judiciousness in selecting roles isn't in finding challenges as an actor but in finding catchy roles suited to his limitations.’
  • ‘It is when he moves to a higher level of argument that Ricks loses his judiciousness.’
  • ‘But this requires a kind of proportion and judiciousness that is noticeably absent from the conservative screeds.’
  • ‘This is the voice of experience and judiciousness in the Congress.’
  • ‘Librarianship is a profession known for its careful planning and judiciousness.’



/jo͞oˈdiSHəsnəs/ /dʒuˈdɪʃəsnəs/