good judgment

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Riley liked such men, quite apart from any money which might be diverted, through their good judgment, from less worthy pockets into his own; and it would be a satisfaction to him to say to Timpson on his return home, "I've secured a good pupil for your son-in-law.
He is force, energy, initiative and good judgment combined and personified.
when he wants to do so much for you, and can do it if his kind heart does not get in the way of his good judgment.
It warn't good judgment to put EVERYTHING on the raft.
Saintsbury rightly points out, in correction of an imperfectly informed French critic of our literature) the radical distinction between poetry and prose has ever been recognized by its students, yet the imaginative impulse, which is perhaps the richest of our purely intellectual gifts, has been apt to invade the province of that tact and good judgment, alike as to matter and manner, in which we are not richer than other people.
In the meanwhile, the bustling Prior of Jorvaulx had reminded Prince John, in a whisper, that the victor must now display his good judgment, instead of his valour, by selecting from among the beauties who graced the galleries a lady, who should fill the throne of the Queen of Beauty and of Love, and deliver the prize of the tourney upon the ensuing day.
The Good Judgment of Madame the Virgin,'--a morality, if you please, damsel.
There was not any one in the kingdom who would have considered it good judgment to meddle with my matters.
He said: "Bob is a great addition to UKIP and his dedicated record of serving the people and good judgment will be very welcome.
How can we expect a man to exert good judgment in running the country when he can't exert good judgment in a shoe shop?
Summary: A common definition of wisdom is having good judgment, and the recent news from Algeria provides a stark example of what the opposite of wisdom entails.
Yet these attitudes are taken with what seems to be a lack of good judgment.