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  • —a sagacious way of improving their minds.
  • I sagaciously observed, if it didn’t signify to him, to whom did it signify?
  • Yet he would smoke his pipe at the Battery with a far more sagacious air than anywhere else,—even with a learned air,—as if he considered himself to be advancing immensely.

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  • She is a smart and sagacious statesman.
  • He’s been making sagacious business decisions for more than 30 years.

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