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sage in Cooking topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsagesage1 /seɪdʒ/ noun  1 sage.jpg [uncountable]DFC a herb with grey-green leaves2 [countable] literaryINTELLIGENT someone, especially an old man, who is very wise
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sageYou are a teen-aged phenomenon with the body of a full grown man and the mind of a sage.Every last Eve should have her Adam, according to the tiny, self-appointed sage.It was quite accidental that we planted Cleveland sage, a shrubby California native, next to where I park the truck.I will be spared the perils of a close encounter with the current Limnititzker sage.Having learned from that sage, I planted scented geraniums along the narrow part of the driveway.