The fact that the sapience of these Fuzzies is still sub judice includes the presumption of its possibility.
But her "sapience," as you excellently call it, passes all decent bounds.
Suppose we go back to specific instances of Fuzzy behavior, and present them as evidence of sapience?
Apparently they were impressed with the sapience of his remark.
Everybody, from Ernst Mallin down, who had anything to do with them was convinced of their sapience.
sapience: the Book of Wisdom, but the quotation is actually from Proverbs xx.
Vaniman refrained from making a reply; the Prophet was displaying an embarrassing amount of sapience as to conditions.
In its archetype it is the Divine wisdom, or sapience, manifested in the creation.
Yet sapience is founde in fewe persones: and they be lyghtly olde sobre men.
Another is an emblematic representation of the Tower of sapience, each stone formed of some mental qualification.
late 14c., "wisdom, understanding," from Old French sapience, from Latin sapientia "good taste, good sense, discernment; intelligence, wisdom," from sapiens (see sapient).
"wise," late 15c. (early 15c. as a surname), from Old French sapient, from Latin sapientem (nominative sapiens), present participle of sapere "to taste, have taste, be wise," from PIE root *sep- "to taste, perceive" (cf. Old Saxon an-sebban "to perceive, remark," Old High German antseffen, Old English sefa "mind, understanding, insight").