When storm clouds start to form, sagacious leaders deal with them before things get out of hand.
Said that sagacious publicist: The truth is, it is a contest for power, not for liberty.
Yet this vanity may be a mean, perhaps, to overthrow me with this sagacious lady.
The exhibition of the evidence showed how penetrating, how sagacious, as well as how industrious, malice can be.
The sagacious lady may possibly be as curious in this point as her Lovelace.
The parliamentary bore is not considered a sagacious animal, except in one particular.
"I know that thing," he muttered to himself, with a sagacious jerk of the head.
Shall we ascribe them to the wise, sagacious, and patriotic men, who guided our councils and led our armies?
As a statesman he was prudent, wise, sagacious, far-seeing and true.
The competent person is the sagacious (not to say sly) old gentleman—whom we used to call the Governor.