One astutely muses about cognitive dissonance among the many conservative Republicans within the 47%.
He also apologized to Daniel Clowes via sky writing because, as Lena Dunham astutely noted, that's what crazy people do.
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1610s, from Latin astutus "crafty, wary, shrewd; sagacious, expert," from astus "cunning, cleverness, adroitness," of uncertain origin, perhaps from Greek asty "town," a word borrowed into Latin and with an overtone of "city sophistication" (cf. asteism). Related: Astutely; astuteness.