Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a perspicacious manner; with quick discernment.
- adv. With the power of seeing or understanding clearly; quick-sightedly; with sharp of sight.
- adv. figurative With acute discernment; keenly; with mental perception.
- perspicacious + -ly (Wiktionary)
“In particular, young Sam is beautifully and perspicaciously drawn as we watch his shock from the death of his mother turn into a protective shell around his feelings.”
“It is better, Professor Roberts perspicaciously suggests, to make Social Security and Medicare a safety net program for the people who really need it, and let richer Americans who can afford it handle their own retirements.”
“And it is fundamentally distinct from other kinds of motive, as Kant noted so perspicaciously.”
“Melanie Phillips who is peerless in her championing of the depoliticisation of policing has chronicled this decline perspicaciously and in detail.”
“His agendas, as so perspicaciously and copiously enumerated will exhibit weakness and encourage our enemies that the U.S. is vulnerable to attack on our shores and overseas.”
“For over a decade or more she has perspicaciously and relentlessly addressed the alarming developments in policing across the board, particularly on the subject of drug abuse and its pernicious role in the cultural decline of the West in general and the UK in particular.”
“In many religious gatherings, to openly and perspicaciously question a fundamental assumption would be an embarrassment met with scorn; the questioner patted on the head and told that the questions are endearing but a sign of naïveté.”
“He called it a "writing bent" but as is plain from his autobiography, it might be considered an impulse to speak perspicaciously and openly to the people.”
“As John Kenneth Galbraith so perspicaciously said, in America it is far better for one's career to be conventionally wrong than to be unconventionally right.”
“But the nineteenth-century terrorists, so perspicaciously depicted by Dostoevsky in The Possessed, terrible as they were, had a certain ethics: they paid with their own lives for taking the lives of their enemies.”
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