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worldly-wise

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishworldly-wiseˌworldly-ˈwise / $ ˈ‧‧ ‧/ adjective  EXPERIENCEDhaving a lot of experience and knowledge about life so that you are not easily shocked or deceived opp naïve, naive
Examples from the Corpus
worldly-wiseBehind her back, Melissa smiled at this shot at appearing worldly-wise.The worldly-wise orchestrator will rather see to it that there is not an important clarinet part in the aforesaid section.Now its innocence had vanished, and it was thronged with worldly-wise urban people intent upon sophisticated urban undertakings.
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