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  • n. Plural form of shrewdity.

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Examples

  • The miller was one of those good souls who live by the light of a few small shrewdities (often proverbial), and pique themselves on sticking to them to such a point, as if it were the greater virtue to abide by a narrow rule the less it applied.

    Jan of the Windmill

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