Sagacious in a Sentence
Definition of Sagacious
intelligent; showing good judgement
Use Sagacious in a sentence
Wise and full of insight, the sagacious leader would live on to better the world.
Many agree that replacing typewriters with computers is a sagacious idea because computers make typing, editing, and proofreading easier.
I saw this sagacious dog on television that could add and subtract numbers!
It is not very sagacious of you to play with fire.
In a tornado warning, the sagacious thing to do is take shelter immediately in the lowest level of your building.
The sagacious inventor went from rags to riches with one great idea.
When Jane needs advice, she goes to her sagacious friend.
Instead of getting into a petty argument, do the sagacious thing next time and walk away!
Because you are sagacious in Algebra, I will come to you with my math questions.
Even the best writers need a sagacious editor for finding missed errors.
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