Definition of Sagest

1. Adjective. (superlative of sage) ¹



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Definition of Sagest

1. sage [adj] - See also: sage

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sagest

sageland
sagelands
sagelike
sagely
sagene
sagenes
sageness
sagenesses
sagenite
sagenites
sagenitic
sager
sages
sageship
sageships
sagest (current term)
sagey
saggar
saggar maker
saggar maker's bottom knocker
saggar maker's bottom knockers
saggard
saggards
saggared
saggaring
saggars
sagged
sagger
saggered
saggering

Literary usage of Sagest

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1. The Iliad of Homer by Homer, John Graham Cordery (1871)
"sagest of men, Laertes' Zeus-sprung son, Odysseus ! Be not wroth for this our call; 160 So dread the danger that ..."

2. The Works of George Meredith by George Meredith (1910)
"A GARDEN IDYL WITH sagest craft Arachne worked Her web, and at a corner lurked, Awaiting what should plump her soon, To case it in the death-cocoon. ..."

3. Decisive Battles of the World by Edward Shepherd Creasy, John Gilmer Speed (1899)
"nowned knight and sagest general of the age, promised to lead them to glory and wealth in the fair domains of England. His army was filled with the chivalry ..."

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