Word of the Week: Sagacity

I want to broaden my vocabulary (and encourage others to as well), so every Monday I will pick a word of the week. I will include the definition and pronunciation and will try my best to do something a little creative. The first “word of the week” is sagacity.


Pronunciation: [suh-gas-i-tee]

Definition: noun – foresight, discernment, or keen perception; ability to make good judgements.

The adjective form is sagacious meaning someone who is insightful, perceptive, or wise.

The picture above is a collage of eyes made out of different things.
Top left: jewelry
Top right: leaves and flowers
bottom left: chocolate
bottom right: scarves and a cd


About instillari

I look at life with a positive attitude and try to learn something new each day. I love so many things in life including but not limited to: -Spending quality time with family and friends -Animals (especially my poodle Teddy) -Swimming and relaxing outside -Watching my favorite shows and movies -Reading a good book or magazine -Writing and sharing my thoughts for discussion -Baking and trying new recipes -Inspiring and helping others. Plus so much more!

Posted on May 14, 2012, in Daily Inspiration and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Can you use it in a sentence please? 😉

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