from The Century Dictionary.
- In a sapient manner; wisely; sagaciously; sagely.
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- adverb In a sapient manner.
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- adverb In a
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- adverb in a shrewd manner
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Under the circumstances, it was no time for sapiently deep thinkers.
‘Hm! — mm!’ hummed the little woman, sapiently nodding her head slowly up and down.
As Jessica had so sapiently remarked, had Lacey indicated that she would welcome it he would probably have been keen to take their relationship to a more personal level.
But Scaurus was nodding sapiently, rhythmically, for quite a different reason.
Scaurus Princeps Senatus was nodding sapiently, rhythmically; to Marius it looked as if he was agreeing with every word spoken.
Mother -- still cycling, I expect '"Not at all likely," remarked his parent sapiently.
You simply can't think sapiently except in verbal symbols.
"Mean to say she only started thinking sapiently after Anne Sullivan taught her what words were?"
Oneal sapiently remarked at the Convention: "The time and conditions which favored the Russian revolution must be studied before we attempt to adopt them here."
"If I say nothing, then I can't do any harm," he remarked, sapiently.