sapience

noun sa·pi·ence \ ˈsā-pē-ən(t)s , ˈsa- \

Definition of sapience

Examples of sapience in a Sentence

  1. the kind of sapience that comes from a lifetime of experience as an educator

Origin and Etymology of sapience

Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Latin sapientia, from sapient-, sapiens, present participle



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