Thesaurus / sagacity

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It is easy to speak of his ability, of his sagacity, of his indefatigable industry.
VICTORIAN WORTHIESGEORGE HENRY BLORE
As yet they do not quite understand the nature of the proposed securities, but I have great confidence in their sagacity.
The case is worth recording, as affording another proof of the general instinct and sagacity of the canine race.
ANECDOTES OF DOGSEDWARD JESSE
It is an excellent illustration of Cuvier's sagacity, and he evidently takes some pride in telling his story about it.
ON THE METHOD OF ZADIGTHOMAS HENRY HUXLEY
In fact, Aleck commented duly upon his own sagacity in conceiving that idea.
Though possessing the sagacity and fidelity of the dog, it is undoubtedly feline in its habits.
THE YOUNG RAJAHW.H.G. KINGSTON
He, like his ancestors, was a notary, and not undistinguished for sagacity.
His military record was a brilliant one, and his sagacity and firmness were recognized by all.
The sagacity and courage displayed by Kalergy in this affair placed him in the rank of the ablest of the Greek chiefs.
Then, when they got home, she showed the much-talked-of-seal to her father in evidence of the sagacity of her views.
COUSIN BETTYHONORE DE BALZAC

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