adjective, sag·er, sag·est.
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Origin of sage1
OTHER WORDS FROM sagesagely, adverbsageness, noun
Definition for sage (2 of 3)
Origin of sage2
Definition for sage (3 of 3)
Example sentences from the Web for sage
Bayer Sager remembers Taylor handing over a pair of diamond earrings as if it was nothing.
At first, Sager was terrified when he learned what had happened to him.
He went down, and Sager was on top of him before he struck the floor.
Outnumbered and overpowered, it seemed as though Sager had no chance.
Pederson was still fumbling for his gun, and Sager hadn't yet started for his.
Somehow, Sager managed to get one hand on the gun, twisting it.