Astute in a sentence

use Astute  in a sentence

astute;

[adjective] marked by practical intelligence, wise in a practical way;

An astute tenant always reads the small print in a lease.

Bill, also having an astute business mind, saw his profits grow and develop.

He asked endless questions, many of them astute.

He is an astute politician and was able to survive the scandal with his reputation intact.

As an experienced, astute politician, he never says what he really intends to do.

He’s an astute old man who will stop at nothing to get what he wants.

She has a reputation for being a very astute businesswoman.

The astute reader will note that Ann Putnam did not regard herself as responsible for her own actions.