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The word ‘sagacious’ was originally used to express keen sensory perception (particularly sight, taste, and smell), but has since been adapted to refer to displaying wisdom, shrewdness, or good judgement. A sagacious person is particularly good at making practical decisions. The term is very formal and tends to be encountered more in writing than in conversation.
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I trust Fiona to find the right candidate for the job. She’s a sagacious judge of character.
John is an author of surprising sagacity considering his relatively young age.
Lisa will be a good leader. I believe that we can rely on her sagaciousness and problem-solving abilities.