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In the end, I decided that the wisest approach would be to simply let Westlake speak for himself.

The very wisest and most mature smart kids will ignore the idiocy of pop and youth culture.

Placing limits on the filibuster is the wisest course for any senator who cares about the institution's future.

Sometimes the wisest choice is recognizing that we won't find the "real answer."

Because, Michelle asserted, presidents can have the wisest advisers in the world.

This was a somewhat singular mode of stimulating, but he deemed it the wisest course, and acted on it.

And in as much as Black Hood had not the slightest idea where the Eye had his headquarters, this was the wisest course to pursue.

But he reminded his countrymen that a choice between dangers was sometimes all that was left to the wisest of mankind.

The storm rages furiously without, and to-night, for all the wisest of us can tell, may be the very last night of the world.

Socrates, the wisest of men in the eyes of Apollo, admired this exercise and learned dancing in his old age.


On this page you'll find 78 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to wisest, such as: sensible, experienced, careful, wary, knowledgeable, and educated.

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