noun sa·gac·i·ty \sə-ˈga-sə-tē, si-\

Definition of SAGACITY

:  the quality of being sagacious

Examples of SAGACITY

  1. <a novelist of surprising sagacity considering his youthfulness>

First Known Use of SAGACITY

15th century


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