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Definition of "wisdoms" []

  • The ability or result of an ability to think and act utilizing knowledge, experience, understanding, common sense, and insight (noun)
  • Accumulated knowledge, erudition, or enlightenment (noun)
  • A wise saying or wise sayings or teachings (noun)
  • Soundness of mind (noun)
  • Plural form of wisdom. (noun)

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Use "wisdoms" in a sentence
  • "I've spent a lot of time recently thinking about "eco-pieties," the perceived "wisdoms" accumulated by people who want to make the world better, but don't want to think too hard or put themselves out too much while doing it."
  • "The first wave of off shoring technology was launched with IBM's imbecilic acceding to Gates '"wisdoms"."
  • "Many modern people find solace or strength in ancient cultures, picking and choosing among the various perceived "wisdoms"."