discerning

[ dih-sur-ning, -zur- ]SEE DEFINITION OF discerning
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISCERNING

“You are as discerning as ever,” murmured the land baron––for it was Edward Mauville.

My son-in-law, Lawrence Hardin, is possessed of a discerning eye.

Where sounds are lacking, of what use is the faculty of discerning them?

To her discerning eye his manner of action conveyed no other impression.

To Christianity, discerning the end through the means, it is Redemption.

An English judge and an English jury were to him the Palladium of discerning truth.

Why have we not the discerning eyes and impartial brains of Mr. Savage to read them?

Grimworth, to a discerning eye, was a good place to set up shopkeeping in.

It is little wonder that discerning people are not fond of the Cowbird.

To a discerning mind her writings will convey a correct idea of the woman.

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