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sagacity-noun
the quality of being discerning, sound in judgment, and farsighted; wisdom

sober, soberer, soberest.adjective
habitually abstemious (moderation) in the use of alcoholic liquors or drugs; temperate (moderate); not intoxicated or affected by the use of drugs; plain or subdued (sober attire for the funeral); devoid of frivolity, excess, exaggeration, or speculative imagination; straightforward (gave a sober assessment of the situation); marked by seriousness, gravity, or solemnity of conduct or character; serious; marked by circumspection and self-restraint
sober, sobered, sobering, sobers-transitive & intransitive use
to make or become sober
soberly-adverb
soberness-noun

sporadic also sporadical-adjective
occurring at irregular intervals; having no pattern or order in time; periodic; appearing singly or at widely scattered localities, as a plant or disease; isolated; unique (a sporadic example)
sporadically-adverb
sporadicalness-noun

sociopath-noun
one who is affected with a personality disorder marked by aggressive, antisocial behavior
sociopathic-adjective

stratigraphy-noun
the study of rock strata, especially the distribution, deposition, and age of sedimentary rocks
stratigraphic or stratigraphical-adjective
stratigraphically-adverb

stupor-noun
a state in which the mind and senses are dulled

stupefy, stupefied, stupefying, stupefies-transitive verbs
to dull the senses or faculties of; daze; to amaze; astonish
stupefier-noun
stupefyingly-adverb

synchronic-adjective
concerned with events existing in a limited time period and ignoring historical antecedents 
synchronical-adjective
synchronically-adverb

synchrony-noun
inflected form(s)-plural-synchronies
synchronistic occurrence, arrangement, or treatment
synchronize-intransitive verb
to occur at the same time or rate
synchronization-noun
synchronous-adjective
sync-noun
synchronization; harmony; accord (in sync with today's fashions)
sync-intransitive & transitive verbs-synced, syncing, syncs
to synchronize
synchronize, synchronized, synchronizing, synchronizes-verbs
intransitive use-to occur at the same time; be simultaneous; to operate in unison
transitive use-to cause to occur or operate with exact coincidence in time or rate (we synchronized our watches); to cause to occur or operate at the same time as something else (they synchronized their trip with the annual tulip festival); to arrange (historical events) in a synchronism so as to indicate parallel occurrence; to cause (soundtrack and action) to match exactly in a film
synchronization-noun

superintend, superintended, superintending, superintends-transitive verbs
to oversee and direct; supervise
superintendence-noun
supervise, supervised, supervising, supervises
to have the charge and direction of; superintend
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