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1. Dealers have already got wise to the trend and increased their prices accordingly.
2. I've got wise to his tricks, he can't cheat me any more.
3. I used to be scrupulously honest then I got wise to the system.
4. Teachers quickly get wise to students who are cheating.
5. He thought he could fool me but I got wise to him.
6. Confidence just got wise and the guys it got wise to are wondering where it has gone.
7. Once customers get wise and realize they can control the vendors with their buying behavior, the only vendors who will survive are the ones that are truly serious about interoperability.
8. Beauty is wisdom and calmness. Hope you will get wise and push forward.
9. You need to get wise to what's happening round here.
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11. The employees about the place began to get wise to the fact that the President was very ill, but they could find out nothing more.
12. Don't get wise with me, young man!
13. If he get wise to what you are up to, he is sure to be angry.
14. He thought he can fool me but I get wise to him.
15. If you don't get wise to yourself and start studying you will fail the course.Sentencedict.com
16. Your opponent will probably get wise to your strategy and start trying to attack the Corruptors.
17. You are very lazy. If you don't get wise to yourself and start studying, you will fail the course.
18. Don't get wise with me.
19. Susan sees that as being especially bad for young women who feel pressured to act wise about sex and so may never actually get wise or educated, about sex or how they relate to it.
20. The concept "security through obscurity" is well known—and well derided—because doing things in an obscure way, hoping that no one will get wise to your method, is just asking for problems.
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