When Alfred was put wise to this, he sold the bull for beef.
Guess he was put wise by what happened the other 138 night–you know.
Those who did not know what all the fuss was about had to be "put wise," as William said.
I'm blunt, but it's just as well for you to be put wise quick.
There is a simple way, Messieurs the Masses to correct public evils: put wise and good men into power.
She must say brought, and not brung; she must say tell, and not put wise; she must not kick, but show displeasure.
This I interpreted as a confession of jealous fear that I had been, in slang phrasing, “put wise.”
I know his value as well as you do, but we don't want to put wise goggles on him.
It was only a friendly visit, but into it she put wise counsel as well as thoughtful understanding.
The poet should not make clowns the companions of kings, nor put wise counsels into the mouth of fools.