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Sally is a wise and cautious woman.
the wise old men of the village
Moving out of your old flat was wise.
Buying those shares was a wise move.
You made a wise decision when you chose to study Spanish.
I don't think it's wise to teach your children at home.
It might be wise to keep an eye on your son.
You'd be wise to pay more attention.
We're still none the wiser about the future of our jobs.
Just stick it back on and no one will be any the wiser.
It doesn't help to be wise after the event.
The police are finally getting wise to how drug dealers work.
They spent the money wisely.
She nodded wisely.
This is the British English definition of wise. View American English definition of wise.