sagaz, ajuizado, perspicaz, inteligente, atilado, arguto, judicioso
Adjective(1) acutely insightful and wise(2) skillful in statecraft or management
(1) And Detective Coyle said it the best the other day in court, under oath, he was pretty sagacious , when he said the only one I can eliminate is himself.(2) Animals civilise a building, and it is a pity that Mrs Blair, no cat-lover, was blamed for the dismissal of Humphrey, a dignified and sagacious mouser.(3) Sharansky is not infallible, but he is probably the most sagacious voice in Israeli politics today.(4) Edwards is passionate and genuine, Kerry smooth and sagacious ; if they simply speak naturally, and not from a list of talking points, they will persuade voters.(5) The sagacious Hugh Hewitt explains the importance of the election.(6) Yesterday, we were amazed when the sagacious Digby praised this post from John Aravosis.(7) He was wise and sagacious , but prone to dissension and his spirit was that of calmness under fire.(8) If, as many true-blue Tories believe, Canadians are at heart a conservative, sagacious people in need of honest leadership, the party will find success at the polls on its own terms.(9) Stanley Kubrick's sagacious adaptation of Anthony Burgess' controversial novel assaults the screen with snakes, Ludwig van, and more than a bit of the old ultra-violence.(10) Where has this sagacious highbrow been all our lives?(11) Instead of protecting his son, he is obsessed with wiping out the man who murdered his wife, despite John Rooney's sagacious observation that Mike is nothing more than a murderer himself.(12) In such a state, he persisted in the belief that Confederate victory was possible long after even the least sagacious of his advisers had accepted defeat as inevitable.(13) Yet the interminable self-contemplation, articulate and sagacious though it is, proves to be a bit too much of a good thing, and this gray, humorless, dispassionate novel eventually sinks under the weight of it all.(14) Paradoxically, the sagacious and shrewdly written new column entitled ├ö├ç├┐Nightmarch├ö├ç├û is hidden away at the bottom of the antepenultimate page.(15) John Kerry is sagacious and experienced, but he has an elitist sounding accent that will make it impossible for him to win a national campaign in the media age.(16) This is a profound practice performed by sagacious sannyasins especially.
(1) sagum :: sagum
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