sagacious [ suh-gey-shuhs ]
1. having or showing acute mental discernment and keen practical sense; shrewd: Socrates, that sagacious Greek philosopher, believed that the easiest way to learn was by asking questions.
2. Obsolete. having an acute sense of smell.
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acute, apt, astute, cagey, canny, clever, cool, discerning, discriminating, far-sighted, foxy, heady, hip, insightful, intelligent, keen, knowing, knowledgeable, perceptive, perspicacious
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1. wise, sage, discerning, clever, intelligent, judicious, acute, sharp, keen, perspicacious.
Origin: First recorded in 1600–10; sagaci(ty) + -ous
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