Despite that negative result, he was placed into isolation—a provident decision.
A thought, a provident thought, now struck Fisher; for even he had some foresight where his favourite passion was concerned.
The squirrel is provident, but no more so than he is fastidious in the choice of his food.
God has endowed us with some degree of foresight, and has thus made us provident beings.
It is well to be provident and I'd paid for my meal in more than money.
As soon as the chickens could nimbly walk the provident hen led them to the rear of the college kitchen to be properly fed.
However, we are not a provident race, and we are not likely to become one.
"Bell Brumm ain't one of the provident sort," dissented Mrs. Cross.
There was in this youth a noiseless sagacity that seemed ever provident for Harold.
Nature is provident, and like Divine Providence, works in "mysterious ways," and with an aim to achieve ultimate results.