Definition: possessing a capacity for great wisdom or sound judgment; discerning; knowing; sagacious

• Let a fool hold his tongue and he will pass for a sage. — Publilius Syrus (85–43 BC) Latin writer
• An owl is traditionally a symbol of wisdom, so we are neither doves nor hawks but owls, and we are vigilant when others are resting. — Urjit Patel (1963-) Indian economist
• I absolutely believe in a greater spiritual power, far greater than I am, from which I have derived strength in moments of sadness or fear. That’s what I believe, and it was very, very strong in the forest. — Valerie Jane Morris-Goodall (1934-) English primatologist