sagaciousness

[ suh-gey-shuhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF sagaciousness

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They have none of the sagaciousness of the low-born Italian, none of the wit and penetration of the French ouvriere.

In his room I told him about this farmer, word for word; and I sat picking at the table cover like one bereft of sagaciousness.

But it is always a delicate matter to fathom the depth of a medical man's sagaciousness.

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