- Ⅰ.sage  ► NOUN ▪ an aromatic Mediterranean plant with greyish-green leaves that are used as a herb in cookery.ORIGIN Old French sauge, from Latin salvia 'healing plant' .Ⅱ.sage  ► NOUN ▪ (especially in ancient history or legend) a man recognized for his wisdom.► ADJECTIVE ▪ wise; judicious.DERIVATIVES sagely adverb sageness noun.ORIGIN Old French, from Latin sapere 'be wise' .
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Sagely — Sage ly, adv. In a sage manner; wisely. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
sagely — (adv.) c.1400, from SAGE (Cf. sage) (adj.) + LY (Cf. ly) (2) … Etymology dictionary
sagely — adv. Sagely is used with these verbs: ↑nod … Collocations dictionary
sagely — adverb see sage I … New Collegiate Dictionary
sagely — See sage1. * * * … Universalium
sagely — adverb In the manner of a sage, with wisdom, wisely … Wiktionary
sagely — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. learnedly, in an informed manner, shrewdly; see wisely … English dictionary for students
sagely — adv. wisely, judiciously, intelligently, prudently … English contemporary dictionary
sagely — sage·ly … English syllables
sagely — See: sage … English dictionary