Sagacious

Adjective

Having shrewd judgement, keen discernment, etc. Applying some wisdom or foresight.

“A sagacious kid who decides not to accept the partially melted candy bar because the guy reeks of booze.”

(Note: The word’s obsolete definition focuses on perception of senses, as in, “his sagacious nose determines when he does and does not enter the men’s room.”)

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