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sagacious
used in War and Peace

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wise — especially through long experience and thoughtfulness
  • The sagacious Barclay de Tolly, seeing crowds of wounded men running back and the disordered rear of the army, weighed all the circumstances, concluded that the battle was lost, and sent his favorite officer to the commander in chief with that news.
    Book Ten — 1812 (90% in)
sagacious = wise
  • said Berg with a sagacious smile.
    Book Three — 1805 (43% in)

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