cleverness in Grieks
He looked around at his followers with a selfcongratulatory smirk as if terribly pleased with his own cleverness.
My father I was not so much afraid of; he seemed not to notice me. He talked little to her, but always with special cleverness and significance.
The artistry and symbolism of them infused him with confidence in the cleverness of his thinking the rightness of it.
You can well understand—after the scandal … you must know all about it …' (Meidanov smiled significantly) 'it was no easy task for her to make a good marriage; there were consequences … but with her cleverness, everything is possible.
When you have loved somebody with every part of you, you did not think of cleverness in considering that younger person to whom you were losing him.
For all his cleverness, he is always reluctant to give his views.
Granted his cleverness, he may still be mistaken.
Her cleverness often amazes me.
I'm astonished by her cleverness.
He has a name for cleverness.