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Correct spelling:
sage
Definition:
Singles Accountable, Growing, and Encouraging

Synonyms:

adjective
all
sage.
circumspect
gingerly, observant, SAFER, safest.
commonsensical
commonsense, commonsensible.
discriminating
discerning.
expert
specialist.
green
forest, green, kelly, pea, greenish-blue, aquamarine, beryl, blue-green, chartreuse, greenish blue, lime, malachite, olive, peacock, sapper, spinach, verdigris, willow, Bice, Limer, Vert, Jader, Viridian, grasser, piner.
intelligent
well-informed, more intelligent, all there.
knowing
witting, with-it, Sophic, tuned-in.
learned
philosophic, polymath, professorial, well-educated, pansophic.
oracular
portentous, sibylline, Predicting.
respected
venerable.
sagacious
sapient, Astucious.
sane
oriented, of sound mind, in one's right mind, both oars in water, having all marbles, playing with full deck.
well-informed
learned.
wise
astute, aware, careful, clever, contemplative, cunning, discerning, educated, enlightened, experienced, foresighted, informed, insightful, intelligent, intuitive, judicious, knowing, knowledgeable, learned, perceptive, reflective, sagacious, sapient, scholarly, sensible, sharp, shrewd, smart, sound, thoughtful, understanding.
noun
condiment
allspice, applesauce, cayenne, chili, chive, chutney, cinnamon, clove, dill, dressing, flavoring, garlic, ginger, horseradish, leek, mayonnaise, mint, mustard, nutmeg, onion, paprika, parsley, pepper, peppermint, pickle, radish, relish, salad dressing, salt, sauce, seasoning, spice, tabasco, tartar sauce, thyme, turmeric, vanilla, vinegar, Catchup, condiment.
food
sage.
herb
anise, arrowroot, balm, basil, camomile, caraway, catnip, chervil, chicory, clover, coriander, fennel, figwort, ginseng, herb, hyssop, licorice, liverwort, marjoram, rosemary, savory, sorrel, spearmint, tansy, tarragon, wintergreen, Water cress.
highbrow
bluestocking, intelligentsia, literati, Illuminati, longhair, bluestockings, illuminato, intelligentsias, literato.
intellectual
wizards, avant-gardes, braintruster.
leading light
superstar, superstars, one in a million, one million, choice spirit, master spirit, shining light.
learned person
bibliophile, Bookmen, Bookman, bibliophiles, walking encyclopedia, bookwoman, erudite person, man or woman of learning, man or woman of letters.
master
artiste, doyen, doyenne, scientist, shark, whizbang, Sharks, adepts, pros, artistes, proficients, doyens, old pro, real pro, whiz-bang.
person
sage.
prudent
learned, philosophic.
sage
adept, authority, chromatic, consultant, doctor, expert, genius, guru, intellectual, mandarin, master, philosopher, professor, salvia, savant, scholar, thinker, wise, wise person.
scholar
litterateur, schoolchild, litterateurs, bookish person, person of letters.
sorcerer
magus.
wise person
guide, guru, intellect, intellectual, learned person, mahatma, master, mentor, philosopher, pundit, savant, teacher, thinker, wise man/woman.
Examples of usage:
  1. How old are you, Ethel, my sage niece? – Mildred's New Daughter by Martha Finley
  2. He then gathered sage brush and covered the floor with a good thick bed of sage; got nice round stones and got them red hot in the fire, and placed them in the wickieup and proceeded to carry his uncles out of the hut and lay them down on the soft bed of sage. – Myths and Legends of the Sioux by Marie L. McLaughlin
  3. Ah, since dark days still bring to light Man's prudence and man's fiery might, Time may restore us in his course Goethe's sage mind and Byron's force; But where will Europe's latter hour Again find Wordsworth's healing power? – Oxford Lectures on Poetry by Andrew Cecil Bradley
  4. What do you want me to do, Mr. Sage? – Malcolm Sage, Detective by Herbert George Jenkins
  5. Tennyson's " Ancient Sage" expresses the nature- mystic's hopes concerning the fundamental beauty of the world he loves. – Nature Mysticism by J. Edward Mercer

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