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synonyms for perceiver

  • bystander
  • fan
  • moviegoer
  • observer
  • onlooker
  • sports fan
  • theatergoer
  • viewer
  • beholder
  • clapper
  • eyewitness
  • kibitzer
  • looker
  • looker-on
  • playgoer
  • seer
  • standee
  • watcher
  • witness
  • gaper
  • gazer
  • showgoer
  • stander-by
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How to use perceiver in a sentence

The NFL has changed through the years but one thing that always remained constant was the perceived advantage a team enjoyed at home.
THERE’S NO SUCH THING AS HOME-FIELD ADVANTAGE IN THE NFL THIS SEASONNEIL GREENBERGNOVEMBER 11, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Because of the link between the mystical and the medical, scientists like those at Johns Hopkins are probing why people have transcendent tendencies at all, how that might help our brains, and what it means for how we perceive the world.
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN PSYCHEDELICS MAKE YOU SEE GODSARAH SCOLESNOVEMBER 9, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
The fins’ “ability to perceive really fine detail … was impressive,” Hale says.
A FISH’S FINS MAY BE AS SENSITIVE TO TOUCH AS FINGERTIPSCAROLYN WILKENOVEMBER 3, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
Any perceived criticism of the King is punishable by up to 15 years in prison.
AS THAILAND’S ECONOMY SHRINKS, PROTESTERS QUESTION THE $40 BILLION VALUE OF THE KINGEAMONBARRETTOCTOBER 31, 2020FORTUNE
That perceived lack of trust hasn’t kept him from seeking out adventures on the road.
THUMBS UP FOR THREE NEW BOOKS THAT CAPTURE HITCHHIKING’S ADVENTUROUS SPIRITJEN ROSE SMITHOCTOBER 30, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Even minor movements that officers perceived as threatening, such as walking aggressively or reaching into a pocket, qualified as batteries on officers — triggering the law’s protection, according to the agencies.
HOW COPS WHO USE FORCE AND EVEN KILL CAN HIDE THEIR NAMES FROM THE PUBLICBY KENNY JACOBY, USA TODAY AND RYAN GABRIELSON, PROPUBLICAOCTOBER 29, 2020PROPUBLICA
Feelings of time-stress are driven by increases in income because as our income goes up, our time becomes more valuable, and anything that’s valuable is perceived as scarce.
HOW TO STOP FEELING CRUSHED FOR TIME - ISSUE 92: FRONTIERSBRIAN GALLAGHEROCTOBER 28, 2020NAUTILUS
This allowed them to track the progression of perceived effort as the subjects got closer and closer to failure.
TO STRENGTH TRAIN RIGHT, TRUST YOUR FEELINGSALEX HUTCHINSONOCTOBER 27, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
Prop 24 would close several perceived gaps in the current law.
THREE PLACES WHERE DATA IS ON THE BALLOT THIS NOVEMBEREILEEN GUOOCTOBER 26, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Other researchers have found similar results, linking activities like nature walks with reduced levels of depression, perceived stress, and negative emotions.
THE SIMPLE DUTCH CURE FOR STRESS - FACTS SO ROMANTICALICE FLEERACKERSOCTOBER 26, 2020NAUTILUS
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WORDS RELATED TO PERCEIVER

  • beholder
  • bystander
  • clapper
  • eyewitness
  • fan
  • gaper
  • gazer
  • kibitzer
  • looker
  • looker-on
  • moviegoer
  • observer
  • onlooker
  • perceiver
  • playgoer
  • seer
  • showgoer
  • sports fan
  • standee
  • stander-by
  • theatergoer
  • viewer
  • watcher
  • witness
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