adjective, sav·vi·er, sav·vi·est.
verb (used with or without object), sav·vied, sav·vy·ing.
Origin of savvy
Examples from the Web for savvier
I'll just say this: A savvier me would have invested in gold and prepper stocks five years ago.
There is a savvier way to go about it—they can exercise their power of the purse without risking default.To Solve Debt Crisis, GOP Should Put Obama on a Reward Program|Stan Veuger|December 25, 2012|DAILY BEAST
And a few of the savvier, more entrepreneurial bloggers turned their own sites into more robust media outlets.Netroots Bloggers Mark 10th Birthday in Decline and Struggling for Survival|David Freedlander|October 24, 2012|DAILY BEAST
In taking on the governor of California, Palin foolishly launched a rivalry with a smarter, savvier version of herself.