The state, quality, or measure of being wise; wisdom.(noun)
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Use "wiseness" in a sentence
"And yet, although racial vulnerability at school may undermine black achievement, so many other factors seem to contribute — from the debilitations of poverty to the alleged dysfunctions of black American culture — that one might expect "wiseness" in the classroom to be of little help."
"There was nobody evaluating the wiseness of the decisions my family and I made, and no one making sure I actually understood the borrowing process."
"With all this exponential growth, a fraction of which is even an increased quantity of intelligence, in how much of it is there any growth of wisdom, wiseness, useful insight about not just the future of humanity, nor what is needed to save us, but the really important question of what is needed to organize the mass of humanity toward saving itself against built-in selfish trends?"