Noun(1) the trait of behaving in an obscene manner
(1) This is surprising because Tamil Nadu, though small, is respected for the intellectual strength, political sagacity , legal acumen and moral rectitude of its people.(2) It confirmed the popular conception that he's a man of strong convictions but limited political sagacity .(3) Their gentleness and sagacity , their kindness to their wives and loyalty to their families has been misconstrued.(4) Despite the great sagacity of his intellect and leadership, it may have occurred to him that after all he was used.(5) He applauded their sense of humour, their sagacity , their enjoyment of beautiful things, and their immensely civilized love of culture and learning.(6) a man of great political sagacity(7) While she brings experience and sagacity , such a slim volume on such large topic demands a few leaps of faith, notwithstanding the appended 56 pages of interesting notes and comments.(8) Can we expect the IRA to behave with more political sagacity and give Trimble something more than begrudging and belated help as they have done over the past three years?(9) As the true sequence of events becomes plain, History revises our judgments in regard to political sagacity .(10) We have sometimes questioned the Bush administration's political sagacity , but I think it's safe to assume that they are nowhere near that dumb.(11) Many of our men of speculation, instead of exploding general prejudices, employ their sagacity to discover the latent wisdom which prevails in them.(12) Then as now, such discussions were not merely descriptive; after all, intelligence and sagacity are no easier to pin down than is consciousness.(13) As you can see all those people will go on to have happy, successful lives if they just follow my words of wisdom and sagacity .(14) Her poems attest to her political sagacity and her lyrical mysticism.(15) Unlike the domesticated animal, whose chief characteristics are cowardice, stupidity, and apathy, the wild variety is remarkable for its sagacity and admirably developed senses.(16) She was the first Kerne to be wed to royalty, and she had brought with her the sense and sagacity seemingly born to all of that fleetstate.
2. obscenity ::
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