Other Words for Sage

Sage Noun Synonyms
wise man, savant, expert, elder, doyen or doyenne, guru, Nestor, pundit, Solomon, philosopher, oracle, authority
The sage whose counsel you seek lives deep in the forest.

Sage Verb Synonyms
wise, sagacious, prudent, sensible, perspicacious, profound, intelligent, discerning, reasonable, logical, judicious, common-sense, commonsensical
The old woman gave her some sage advice about men, which she promptly forgot.

More Words for Sage

Prudent / Elder

Oncology Massage

Health / Massage / Oncology Massage: Oncology massage refers to massage tailored to the needs of individuals with cancer. This specialized practice requires therapists to be fully educated in and pay close attention to the physical, emot MORE

Four-Hand Massage

Health / Massage / Four-Hand Massage: This therapy requires two practitioners to simultaneously massage the client’s left and right sides, making sure to mimic the other’s motions and to exert equal pressure for a balanced experience. MORE

Geriatric Massage

Health / Massage / Geriatric Massage: Geriatric massage, with its focus on the elderly, addresses the psychological and physiological aspects of aging and its associated diseases. Bodywork, often limited to a shorter time span, is often p MORE

Pregnancy Massage

Health / Massage / Pregnancy Massage: Performed by a trained perinatal specialist, many methods of massage and somatic therapies are both effective and safe prenatally and during labor and postpartum periods of women’s pregnancies. Pren MORE

Balinese Massage

Health / Massage / Balinese Massage: Positioned above the client, the Balinese massage therapist performs a combination of kneading strokes, skin rolling, and foot massage. Treatment is followed by an application of coconut oil infused w MORE

Swedish Massage

Health / Massage / Swedish Massage: One of the most commonly taught and well-known massage techniques, Swedish massage is a vigorous system of treatment designed to energize the body by stimulating circulation. Five basic strokes, all f MORE

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