Day-165 (Prudence)

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Word:
              Prudence

Status:
              Noun

Meaning:
               Careful or wise judgement that helps in avoiding risks or dangers.

Sentences:
1) He always exercises prudence with his finances.
2) My mother advised to some old- fashioned prudence when allowing me to meet someone online face-to-face.

Origin:
              Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Latin prudentia, alteration of pruvidentia.

First use:
               14th century

Synonyms:
                alertness, care, carefulness, cautioness, wariness, caution

Antonyms:
                 brashness, carelessness, incaution, recklessness.

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