Acumen in a sentence πŸ”Š

Short Sentences for Acumen

1. This is where my business acumen shows itself. πŸ”Š

2. In learning and critical acumen they are equal to his former works. πŸ”Š

3. AloΓ« africana erecta rotunda, folio parvo & in acumen acutissimum exeunte. πŸ”Š

4. However, from the many examples of his scientific acumen I select one more. πŸ”Š

How to use Acumen in Sentences?

1. His position calls for more diplomacy and acumen than any other in the country. πŸ”Š

2. But withal there was a perceptible acumen about the man which was puzzling in the extreme. πŸ”Š

3. Stephen had cause to remember that observation, and the acumen it showed, long afterward. πŸ”Š

4. He gravely wagged his head in agreement with the rival prelate, whose acumen he highly extolled. πŸ”Š

5. I may as well explain now how it came out, for I am not proud of my acumen at the finish. πŸ”Š

6. One can only pray that the scientific acumen was not absent on that memorable and respectable occasion. πŸ”Š

7. She was full of the vulgar shrewdness of a degenerate race, for the old acumen of that race had sharpened her wits. πŸ”Š

8. His speculative genius gave to this scheme a metaphysical background, his logical acumen elaboration and defence. πŸ”Š

9. But acumen develops in the investigator; the figure of twenty-five per cent is correct or may even be an underestimate. πŸ”Š

10. Some individuals, with more acumen than the superstitious masses, took it into their heads to experiment upon Hopkins himself. πŸ”Š

11. It wanted, in truth, the prescience of the seer rather than the acumen of the politician to discern the unity of Italy in 1855. πŸ”Š

12. In taking this step, Sophia showed that she had the ambition but not the political acumen of her aunt Theodora. πŸ”Š

13. I was impressed by the business acumen and success of these impassive, industrious sons of the Flowery Kingdom. πŸ”Š