intelligent[ in-tel-i-juhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF intelligent
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTELLIGENT
It is composed of a brave, a free, a virtuous, and an intelligent people.
He was handsome and possessed a most intelligent and expressive countenance.
Now it was another and older man, daring, intelligent, unscrupulous.
He once had been friendly with all his intelligent neighbors, no matter what their nationality.
To get justice, or even an intelligent hearing, from these people, was hopeless.
A great question was writ large upon his intelligent countenance.
The popular type and exponent of obstinacy is the mule, a most intelligent animal.
Thus it seemed to him anything but intelligent to believe in trickery.
At times she certainly has a most expressive and intelligent countenance.
If you were to ask twenty intelligent people, "What is the Thames?"