Prude Definition

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1. 'How is it that Prudence hasn't returned your brougham?' I asked one day. 0
2. "China has been buying to build up state reserves of beans," said Anne Frick, Prudential Bache Commodities analyst, noting China's own crop isn't large enough to meet its needs. 0
3. "We've been the natural scapegoats for decades," said David Tice, manager of the Prudent Bear Fund and an influential short seller. 0
4. A brief introduction of synthetic fuel, especially for the situation of coal liquefaction, was put forward. The investment for coal liquefaction was suggested to be prudent. 1
5. A deed of transfer was executed on 18 October, whereby the developers transferred the land in question to the Prudential. 0
6. A lack of prudence may lead to financial problems. 1
7. A later book, El Discreto, first published in 1647, gives the counterpoise to El Heroe by drawing an ideal of the prudent courtier as contrasted with the proud and spotless hidalgo. 1
8. A later book, El Discreto, first published in 1647, gives the counterpoise to El Heroe by drawing an ideal of the prudent courtier as contrasted with the proud and spotless hidalgo. This website 1
9. A more prudent way to go: Remove the relationship status line altogether. 1
10. A prudent builder should forecast how long the stuff is like to last. 1
11. A prudent employer will always have an express contractual term protecting business secrets. 1
12. A prudent man saves part of his wages. 1
13. A prudent traveller never disparages his own country. 1
14. A prudential practice is instrumental in nature, being designed to achieve a specific substantive purpose. 1
15. A railway timetable provides a good and simple example of a prudential practice. 1
16. A single incident suggests a great deal about Hennepinhis prudery, his belligerence, his sensitivity. 1
17. A wealthy partner risks money on the prudence of less affluent partners. 1
18. A woman of artifice and prudery. 1
19. Active lights beat in prudent gray-black. It shows people modern and outstanding features of towards future up-going Ruiqi brand. 1
20. After discreet soundings, they prudently abandoned the idea, which would have involved a major encroachment upon judicial independence. 1
21. AIG might sell its Asian arm to another insurance firm; Prudential was not the only bidder. 0
22. Along this line of thought, criminal punishment should be applied with prudence and in anamount. 1
23. Although the new rules are prudent and reasonable, certainly some could argue for a different set of priorities. 1
24. Alvin was fastidious and even a bit of a prude. 1
25. An informed public would prefer prudent, deliberative management. 1
26. An old maid, perhaps, but what had Prudence accomplished to get rich? 0
27. An ounce of prudence is worth a pound of gold.  1
28. And any prudent owner would carry a sufficiency of lifebelts and life-jackets for the passengers and crew. 1
29. And grace works its way out in the simple details of life through a second houseguest: prudence. 1
30. And then I got this letter from Prudential, telling me they were canceling my insurance. 0
 

Prude

[proÍžod]

NOUN

prudes (plural noun)

  - a person who is or claims to be easily shocked by matters relating to sex or nudity.

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List of Suffixes

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