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astuteness

[ uh-stoot-nis, -styoot- ]
/ əˈstut nɪs, -ˈstyut- /
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noun
the quality of being particularly discerning, clever, cunning, or ingenious:A considerable level of commercial astuteness and sales expertise is required for effective negotiation.Your astuteness in assessing our needs, your attention to detail, and your excellent planning skills all contributed greatly to the event’s success.
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