The NYPD detective, on reviewing her rage-filled emails, astutely diagnoses her as “borderline.”
One astutely muses about cognitive dissonance among the many conservative Republicans within the 47%.
He also apologized to Daniel Clowes via sky writing because, as Lena Dunham astutely noted, that's what crazy people do.
One laddish website is astutely touting the news as a “happy hour fact to amaze your drinking buddies with.”
Availing himself of his legal experience, he fought the case determinedly and astutely.
"Paul Irving washes his face every day of his own accord," said Anne astutely.
She astutely drew back from the ground upon which she had entered.
“It was the ghost of your first wife,” asserted the old housekeeper, astutely.
"She doesn't need to have," said Mrs. Wistar promptly and astutely.
"He would not say any thing to you to-day if you were late," says Bobby, astutely.
1610s, from Latin astutus "crafty, wary, shrewd; sagacious, expert," from astus "cunning, cleverness, adroitness," of uncertain origin, perhaps from Greek asty "town," a word borrowed into Latin and with an overtone of "city sophistication" (cf. asteism). Related: Astutely; astuteness.