- freedom to act or judge on one's own
- Viewer discretion is advised.
- I appreciate your discretion.
- Discretion is proper to judges.
- Discretion is the better part of valor.
- He has attained to years of discretion.
- I hope I can count on your discretion.
- For the consumers of media information, it is important to remember that political news is rarely, if ever, neutral because the content of media publications is almost always biased in some way at the discretion of publisher.
- Obligation of discretion and confidentiality
- At discretion of Member States
- Access at the discretion of counterparties
- or, at the discretion of the manufacturer,
- Available for pre-printed information At discretion of Member States
- Such discretion must be exercised on a consistent basis;
- Unforeseen circumstances in actual flight operations — commander's discretion
- The court may at its discretion extend that time limit.