use prudent in a sentence.
A prototype is prudent deliberate.
Starting with the big one seems prudent.
Ah, that's very prudent, you're right.
Why is that prudent for Google?
Compartmentalization is a reasonable and prudent safety measure.
It just doesn't seem prudent to publicly disparage my best advertiser.
Yes it would be prudent to mention this question pertains to us North Americans :)
And, it's probably prudent to note, directed at Israel from the US.
Nice to see they're doing the ethically right (and financially prudent) thing on this one.
Well, it's prudent to low-ball the dosages in safety guidelines.
After 80k votes, it seemed prudent to give those asking "so what?
Would it not be prudent to port it to Android and make further revenue, then?
While your advice may be prudent, that does not excuse poor security.
It's in the same damn place, I think it prudent to bring it up.
Demonstrating a precedent for prudent scepticism about collective action on the Internet.
Instead of squeezing netbook features into a cellphone, I think it is prudent to integrate cellphone in netbook.
It is prudent to create a sufficiently interesting image to attract media attention.
I'm starting to wonder if it would be prudent to pursue a law degree in the interest of defending my own civil liberties.
I think it would be prudent to retitle this as "Apple expected to announce and demonstrate iPhone OS 3.
I suspect the kind of person that does porn at 18 is not likely to prudently invest the money they make while young.
In light of this, but also generally, it seems prudent to always strip DRM off your Kindle books and store them locally.