sagacity

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Etymology[edit]

From French sagacité, from Latin sagācitās (sagaciousness), from sagāx (of quick perception, acute, sagacious), from sāgiō (I perceive by the senses).

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  • IPA(key): /səˈɡæsəti/, /səˈɡæsɪti/

Noun[edit]

sagacity (usually uncountable, plural sagacities)

  1. The quality of being sage, wise, or able to make good decisions.

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