excellent judgment

See: sagacity
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Hooker, who for the last fifteen years has aided me in every possible way by his large stores of knowledge and his excellent judgment.
Stephen was not surprised to find himself in love with her, and was conscious of excellent judgment in preferring her to Miss Leyburn, the daughter of the county member, although Lucy was only the daughter of his father's subordinate partner; besides, he had had to defy and overcome a slight unwillingness and disappointment in his father and sisters,--a circumstance which gives a young man an agreeable consciousness of his own dignity.
He shows excellent judgment," Lord Romsey observed.
My excellent judgment in combs and beauty procured me a most hospitable reception; the captain forced me to take his bed, and he would sleep on his recado.
Her field, also, is more limited than that of any other great English novelist; for she deliberately restricted herself, with excellent judgment, to portraying what she knew at first-hand, namely the life of the well-to-do classes of her own 'provincial' region.
During this time, Andy has shown excellent judgment and a strong desire to succeed.
All Rushworth's victims were right-handers beaten by balls moving into them, but Hain was more resolute in getting into line and showed excellent judgment of what to leave.
Excellent judgment, conceptual and analytical thinking ability
Since joining Sirona, he has consistently demonstrated excellent judgment and played a major role in improving our operations, targeting our research and development efforts and leading growth initiatives.
Your excellent judgment and assessment skills have contributed greatly by giving more value to the SEEA and its quest to achieve future goals," Al Midfa added.
I would also like to congratulate you for your inquisitive mind and excellent judgment in choosing what to read