cleverness[ klev-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF cleverness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLEVERNESS
Often enough these innovations were not due to the cleverness of man's brain.
After all, Mary was only a woman, despite her cleverness, and with all a woman's timidity.
"That's just where your cleverness will come in," suavely answered Crane.
And by Jupiter, with a kind of cleverness in him too that would astonish you!'
This woman enjoyed the same sort of exultation in her own cleverness.
He felt that he was apart because he was clever, as if his cleverness caused loneliness.
It's only your ignorance and your jealousy of his cleverness.
Then he talked for half an hour about the cleverness of Mrs. Carriswood.
And is not shrewdness a quickness or cleverness of the soul, and not a quietness?
Is it a sagacity or cleverness, a height of learning, a result of close study?