Word of the Day | Sagacious

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I wish more people with public platforms were sagacious rather than bombastic.


(NOTE: I was traveling yesterday and actually put this post together in the airport. However, I had some computer issues and had to shut down, thus I didn’t post it until today.)


Word of the Day

FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 2020

sagacious

[ suhgey-shuhs ] 

adjective

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.


Word of the Day Credit: Dictionary.com

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