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Definition of "wiser" []

  • Possessing, showing, or prompted by wisdom or discernment (adjective)
  • Prudent; sensible (adjective)
  • Shrewd; crafty (adjective)
  • Well-informed; erudite (adjective)
  • Aware, informed, or knowing (esp in the phrase none the wiser) (adjective)
  • In the know, esp possessing inside information (about) (adjective)
  • Possessing powers of magic (adjective)
  • Cocksure or insolent (adjective)
  • Comparative form of wise: more wise (adjective)

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Use "wiser" in a sentence
  • "Indisputable enough to all mortals now, the guidance of this country has not been sufficiently wise: men too foolish have been set to the guiding and governing of it, and have guided it hither; we must find wiser, -- _wiser, _ or else we perish!"
  • "The blessed life of 72 years that has given you so much and has made you stronger and wiser is now being displayed on TV and newspapers and blogs as a weakness, a stain and a deficit to all the experience, knowledge, wisdom gained that can be utilitize in the highest office of leadership."
  • "Ah yes — "none the wiser" is the technical expression."