sagacious[ suh-gey-shuhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF sagacious
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SAGACIOUS
The sagacious lady may possibly be as curious in this point as her Lovelace.
Yet this vanity may be a mean, perhaps, to overthrow me with this sagacious lady.
"I know that thing," he muttered to himself, with a sagacious jerk of the head.
As a statesman he was prudent, wise, sagacious, far-seeing and true.
George was a “deep, sagacious file,” who studied men like books.
It was just a sagacious, courageous, wily, resolute—animal face.
Whatever else they were, they proved to be careful and sagacious leaders.
He was as silent and sagacious as Sarah was talkative and empty-headed.
She took an early opportunity of sending this too sagacious rustic to bed.
The Astor plan of investment is one of the safest, most sagacious in the world.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SAGACIOUS
- having foresight
- like a clam
- not rash
- on lookout