From Latin prudentia + -al.
prudential (comparative more prudential, superlative most prudential)
- Characterised by the use of prudence; arising from careful thought or deliberation. [from 15th c.]
- Of a person: exercising prudence; cautious. [from 17th c.]
- Advisory; superintending or executive.
prudential (plural prudentials)
- (archaic, chiefly in the plural) A matter requiring prudence.
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