Sage [adjective]

Definition of Sage:

person celebrated for wisdom; wise

Opposite/Antonyms of Sage:

Sentence/Example of Sage:

"I am satisfied with the pursuit of wisdom, not with the fame of it," replied the sage.

You may think that your sage counsels restrained her, but they did not; it was that she loved some one else.

He was still chuckling when he spoke, sage from much experience of ocean travel.

Why in this world are you talking about stones and sage and greasewood?

She seemed born, not only to captivate the giddy, but to turn the heads of the sage.

Why, what sage and valuable ideas you have about men, haven't you, my dear?

A nobleman once contemptuously asked of a sage, “What have you got by all your philosophy?”

"Oh, pardon me, sage and venerable Madoc," replied the shepherd.

But he now gave a superb reply, the cry of a sage of deep experience.

Slips twined as Isop and Sage, would take best at Michael-tide.