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Use "wise-like" in a sentence
"It was well and kindly meant, but it was not a wise-like thing to do."
"This was too much for the gravity of any one; and the stillness of the summer night was broken by a burst of hearty laughter from the whole company; and the old man made the matter little better, when the laugh had subsided by saying in a very grave manner, "Well, after a 'I think is would be a verra wise-like precaution wi' sic a wee bit body as her.""
"Miss Young and others prepared her outfit, and made her, as she said, "wise-like and decent," -- she, the while, holding daily receptions, for she was now regarded as one of the West African sights, and every one came to call upon her."