1 Use your own discretion, Bitzer.
2 If Mr. Sleary were taking the money, he would be sure to know her, and would proceed with discretion.
3 If he were not, he would be sure to see them inside; and, knowing what he had done with the fugitive, would proceed with discretion still.
4 He only replied, "Silence, maiden; thy tongue outruns thy discretion."
5 The path which the animal adopted rather turned off from the course pursued by the knight during the day; but as the horse seemed confident in his choice, the rider abandoned himself to his discretion.
6 Sir Sluggish Knight, I drink to thee," said the hermit; "respecting thy valour much, but deeming wondrous slightly of thy discretion.
7 Truly, I fear they will lose in valour what they may gain in discretion.
8 Brother," said he to the Knight, "thou shouldst have used thy strength with more discretion.
9 Groups of every description were to be seen devouring the food and swallowing the liquor thus abandoned to their discretion.
10 Yes, the profession is well enough under two circumstances: if it make the fortune, and there be discretion in spending it; but, in short, it is not a favourite profession of mine.
11 Such a victory over Edmund's discretion had been beyond their hopes, and was most delightful.
12 I was very much pleased with what I collected to have been your behaviour on the occasion; it shewed a discretion highly to be commended.
13 Sir Thomas gave her more credit for discretion on the occasion than she deserved; and Fanny could have blessed her for allowing her only to see her displeasure, and not to hear it.
14 I understand that this gentleman, your friend, is a man of honour and discretion, whom I may trust with a matter of the most extreme importance.
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15 I trust very much to your judgment and discretion, and I know that you will advise me for the best.
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