Sagacity is the quality of being wise or having good judgment.(noun)
An example of sagacity is when a person refuses to get in the car with someone who has been drinking.
See sagacity in Webster's New World College Dictionary
noun pl. sagacities
Origin: Fr sagacité < L sagacitas
See sagacity in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: French sagacité
Origin: , from Old French sagacite
Origin: , from Latin sagācitās, quickness of perception
Origin: , from sagāx, sagāc-, of keen perception; see sagacious.
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