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Definition of "clueful" []

  • Knowledgeable and well-informed. (adjective)

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Use "clueful" in a sentence
  • "(Take a look at this excellent page designed by Ottawa Wireless's PR firm: it's exactly the kind of clueful PR that should be encouraged: he's putting his money -- or maps -- where his mouth is.)"
  • "Causes such as transparency, openness and open standards are so critical that it's important there be wise, "clueful" people throughout the industry working for those issues, said Bradley Horowitz, a vice president of product management at Google, at the Supernova conference."
  • "BH: I suggested we hire some "clueful" people but was told, correctly, that it's important to have these people outside of Google to keep Google on its toes."