Adjective : a sagacious lawyer. From Dictionary.com.
They are, every one, men of great wisdom and ponderous sagaciousness. From Wordnik.com. [Mistborn] Reference
The one thing that really -- the case in point in this is how she gushed personally when the Democrats were praising the sagaciousness and independence of Iowa voters. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Dec 13, 2007] Reference
But it is always a delicate matter to fathom the depth of a medical man's sagaciousness. From Wordnik.com. [Archibald Malmaison] Reference
He perceived in his deep sagaciousness woman at the bottom of her remark, and replied: 'You will know Clotilde in time. From Wordnik.com. [The Tragic Comedians — Complete] Reference
Her melancholy fate, which occurred within ten days from the utterance of this language, gave a new and sad proof of her rare sagaciousness. From Wordnik.com. [The Young Maiden] Reference
A model of sagaciousness and picture of propriety. From Wordnik.com. [B2fxxx] Reference
"Young athletes today lack the cognitive ingenuity and verbal adroitness necessary to be able to pontificate in front of a microphone with any semblance of sagaciousness. From Wordnik.com. [Deadspin] Reference
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