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At discretion Explained

At discretion at English => English (Websters 1913) Of Explained:

Discretion \Dis*cre"tion\, n. [F. discr['e]tion, L. discretio
separation, difference, discernment, fr. discernere,
discretum. See {Discreet}, {Discern}.]
1. Disjunction; separation. [Obs.] --Mede.

2. The quality of being discreet; wise conduct and
management; cautious discernment, especially as to matters
of propriety and self-control; prudence; circumspection;

The better part of valor is discretion. --Shak.

The greatest parts without discretion may be fatal
to their owner. --Hume.

3. Discrimination.

Well spoken, with good accent and good discretion.

4. Freedom to act according to one's own judgment;
unrestrained exercise of choice or will.

{At discretion}, without conditions or stipulations.