well-advised

[wel-uhd-vahyzd]
adjective
1.
acting with caution, care, or wisdom: They would be well-advised to sell the stock now.
2.
based on or showing wise consideration: There was a well-advised delay in carrying out her plan.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English well avysed

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well-advised
 
adj
1.  acting with deliberation or reason
2.  well thought out; considered: a well-advised plan

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Example sentences
Wheel fans would be well-advised to keep many fingers crossed for any game
  adaptations.
We would be well-advised to strive for a stable or declining population level
  as quickly as possible.
To turn celebrity into cash you have to be wily, or well-advised.
The well-advised visitor dresses in layers, prepared for a variety of
  conditions.
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