perspicacious

[ pur-spi-key-shuhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF perspicacious

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PERSPICACIOUS

He knew him to be nervous, on the one hand, and perspicacious on the other.

Perhaps we can worm some information out of the perspicacious Jennie.

Such a policy was, of course, indicative of a shrewd and perspicacious mind.

Fortunately for you and for me, you are not so perspicacious in psychology as this young lady.

She consulted with the perspicacious Mr. Harris, and especially sought from him detailed information as to partnership law.

You are a perspicacious observer, Mr. Brocken; and to be that is to be alive in a world of the moribund.

But the fact that the Ghetto was perspicacious did not mitigate the author's treachery to his race and faith.

“Perspicacious fellow,” muttered Jefferson, who did not like Charles Wilbraham.

All was precise and perspicacious, as is required in pleadings in the civil courts.

The words you used in the presence of so grave and perspicacious a judge amounted to something very like this.

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