But she is shrewd enough to know that partisanship would only narrow her audience.
In the Senate, Cruz may look right now the very opposite of shrewd.
They listen to their shrewd father, Tywin Lannister, smear their dead son in front of his corpse.
At least until some shrewd Fox News exec gives them their own show.
The best politics here is to be principled, nimble, and shrewd.
She was a shrewd child and a generous one when her sympathies were aroused.
For she was wise and shrewd—of that pure leaven of womankind which leaveneth all the rest.
Now there came into the childish face a look of shrewd and calculating wisdom.
Every blow was shrewd to hurt; and he delivered a multitude of blows.
And I find that M. Bayle, shrewd as he is, is not always free from this confusion.
c.1300, "wicked, evil," from shrewe "wicked man" (see shrew). Cf. crabbed from crab (n.), dogged from dog (n.), wicked from witch (n.). The sense of "cunning" is first recorded 1510s. Related: Shrewdly; shrewdness. Strutt's "Sports and Pastimes of the People of England" (1801) has a shrewdness of apes for a company or group of them. Shrewdie "cunning person" is from 1916.