adverb see sagacious

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  • sagaciously — sagacious ► ADJECTIVE ▪ having or showing good judgement. DERIVATIVES sagaciously adverb sagacity noun. ORIGIN from Latin sagax wise …   English terms dictionary

  • Sagaciously — Sagacious Sa*ga cious, a. [L. sagax, sagacis, akin to sagire to perceive quickly or keenly, and probably to E. seek. See {Seek}, and cf. {Presage}.] 1. Of quick sense perceptions; keen scented; skilled in following a trail. [1913 Webster]… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • sagaciously — See sagacious. * * * …   Universalium

  • sagaciously — adverb In a sagacious manner, in a way that is clever, shrewd, observant, keen of intellect or discernment, cunning or with ability and aptitude. Sagely …   Wiktionary

  • sagaciously — adv. wisely, shrewdly, judiciously, cleverly …   English contemporary dictionary

  • sagaciously — sa·ga·cious·ly …   English syllables

  • sagaciously — See: sagacious …   English dictionary

  • sagaciously — adverb in a shrewd manner he invested his fortune astutely he was acutely insightful • Syn: ↑astutely, ↑shrewdly, ↑sapiently, ↑acutely • Derived from adjective: ↑sharp …   Useful english dictionary

  • sagacious — sagaciously, adv. sagaciousness, n. /seuh gay sheuhs/, adj. 1. having or showing acute mental discernment and keen practical sense; shrewd: a sagacious lawyer. 2. Obs. keen of scent. [1600 10; SAGACI(TY) + OUS] Syn. 1. wise, sage, discerning,… …   Universalium

  • acutely — adverb 1. in an acute manner (Freq. 4) she pitied her sister acutely acutely aware • Derived from adjective: ↑acute 2. having a rapid onset (Freq. 1) an acutely debilitating virus …   Useful english dictionary

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