Definition of perspicacious in English:

perspicacious

Syllabification: per·spi·ca·cious
Pronunciation: /ˌpərspiˈkāSHəs
 
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adjective

Derivatives

perspicaciously

adverb
More example sentences
  • Women don't have the same bits as men, he says perspicaciously.
  • The poet perspicaciously told him, ‘the trouble with you is you don't know that art is a commodity.’
  • As he has noted so perspicaciously elsewhere, ‘it is easy to overlook the reliance of an expanding economy on this humble commodity’.

Origin

early 17th century: from Latin perspicax, perspicac- 'seeing clearly' + -acious.

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