Definition: person celebrated for wisdom; wise person; ADJ: wise
Definition: person celebrated for wisdom; wise person; ADJ: wise
Sentences Containing 'sage'
"Parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme" may simply be an alternate rhyming refrain to the original. Commercial versions.
According to a local legend, the sage Guru Rinpoche prophesized that “a person named Namgyal will arrive at a hill that looks like an elephant”.
After joining, the squadron was redesignated as the 788th Radar Squadron (SAGE) on 1 November 1959.
After joining, the squadron was redesignated as the 859th Radar Squadron (SAGE) on 15 July 1960.
As per Hindu legend, sage Suthaba was doing penance at this place.
As per Hindu legend, Sukra (Venus) and sage Parasara worshiped Vishnu at this temple.
Connectivity to the SAGE system was through the FST-2B.
Grayia spinosa is a species of the genus "Grayia" of the subfamily Chenopodioideae in flowering plant family Amaranthaceae, which is known by the common names hop sage and spiny hop sage.
Has not some sage said,`Nothing too much'?
He deeply disappointed a number of children who had flocked eagerly to Mr. Cable's house to get a glimpse of the illustrious sage and oracle of the nation's nurseries.
He did not observe sage Durvasa, who was waiting for him.
I'm bressed if he ain't more of shark dan Massa Shark hisself," muttered the old man, limping away; with which sage ejaculation he went to his hammock.
In 1991 she recorded ‘Dolphin Love’ with Clifford White and Arnie Sage and this proved to be a popular album in UK, USA and Australia.
In May 2008, "CQ Press" was purchased by "SAGE Publications" in its entirety.
It also supervised the construction of the SAGE blockhouses and the installation and testing of the SAGE electronic and data processing equipment which, when made operational made the air defense system of the 32d AD obsolete.
It details in about two thousand verses the dialogue on the Self and Brahman between Sage Ribhu and Sage Nidagha on the slopes of the Mount Kedara in the Himalayas.
It has been in publication since 1969 and is currently published by SAGE Publications.
It has long been an important commercial centre, and the sage Mandvya is said to have meditated here.
It is a resident of the local chaparral and coastal sage scrub plant communities.
It is endemic to western Riverside County, California, where it grows in the coastal sage scrub of the local hills and mountains.
It tells about sage Sandipani’s hermitage where Krishna and Kuchela are students and close friends.
It was established in 1969 and is currently published by SAGE Publications.
It was from this place that the sage Padma Sambhava, a zealous teacher of Buddhism, left as a missionary to preach the doctrine of "the enlightened" in Tibet.
It was the lead track of the 1966 album "Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme", and was released as a single after being featured on the soundtrack to "The Graduate" in 1968.
Later it was realigned with the 25th Air Division SAGE at McChord AFB.
Legend has it that Mrikandu, a sage and devotee of Lord Siva, prayed to God to bless him with a son.
Mark and John Sage, are believed to have crafted a stone building for their brother Alfred.
Menahem the Essene (, "Menahem") was a Jewish Tanna sage living during the era of the Zugot.
Most usually referred to it as Sage Hall though.
Mr. Dick had regularly assisted at our councils, with a meditative and sage demeanour.
Orientated towards the South, Villaz and La Sage benefit from generous sunlight hours.
SAGE was never designed to counter a space or missile threat.
She performed in Sage Chapel with the group for Yolanda King.
Successful Aging Evaluation (SAGE) Study.
Sundararajan is believed to have appeared to Brahma (the Hindu god of creation) and sage Suthaba.
Tattersall Wilkinson was a local antiquarian most usually known as 'The Sage Of Roggerham'.
The 689th Radar Squadron was originally assigned to the SAGE Portland Air Defense Sector.
The even smaller villages of Villaz and La Sage are found about up from Evolène.
The family name, Sage, is still widespread in the area today.
The first postmaster was Alfred Sage, appointed in 1862.
The sage accepts the ultimate reality of qi and its inherent goodness, he acknowledges the infusion of ren throughout the very structure of the universe itself, and thus he can fulfill the ideal of the sage, "forming one body with the universe."[http://www.bookrags.com/research/zhang-zai-eorl-14/]
The Sage and Bassett families in Dover came from Somersetshire, Bristol.
The sage ignores him twice, but on third asking, the irritated sage said in anger, "Unto Yama, I give thee.", whereupon Naciketas goes to the abode of Yama, and, finding him absent, waits there for three days and nights.
The sage Narada told Sudyumma a nine-syllable mantra, "Navakshara", which would please the Supreme Goddess.
The sage performed a "yagna" (sacrifice) dedicated to Mitra and Varuna to attain a son for the couple.
The stone 1878 Sage Inn Stage Coach Station, and the General Store built in 1900 also survive.
The store Gwen's foster parents run is called "The New Sage".
There is something in it for every sort of reader, young or old, sage or simple, high or low.
Today, an Army switching center had been located on the 3rd floor of the old SAGE DC/CC blockhouse.
We have been in the cave of Montesinos, and the sage Merlin has laid hold of me for the disenchantment of Dulcinea del Toboso, her that is called Aldonza Lorenzo over there.
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More Vocab Words::: malign - speak evil of; bad-mouth(criticize spitefully); defame; ADJ: harmful; Ex. malign influence
::: phalanx - formation of infantry carrying overlapping shields and long spears; group of men packed together (for attack or defense)
::: mealymouthed - indirect in speech (when something unpleasant must be said); hypocritical; evasive
::: dogmatic - opinionated; holding stubbornly to one's opinion; arbitrary; doctrinal
::: contest - dispute; argue about the rightness of; compete for; try to win; Ex. contest the election results; Ex. contest a seat in Parliament; N.
::: luster - shine; gloss (of a polished surface)
::: acrimonious - stinging; caustic; bitter in words or manner; N. acrimony: bitter ill-natured animosity in speech or behavior
::: problematic - causing a problem; open to doubt; doubtful; unsettled; questionable; Ex. Whether the arena will ever be completed is problematic.
::: pulpit - raised platform used in preaching (in a church)
::: mischief - behavior (of children) causing trouble with no serious harm; damage; harm; Ex. mischief to the crops; ADJ. mischievous: causing mischief; playfully troublesome