perceptive

[ per-sep-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF perceptive

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PERCEPTIVE

But Joshua hoped the rest of the personnel were not so perceptive.

They speak to the perceptive faculties only: truth to the conceptive.

We tried to be perceptive of the needs of individual couples.

They educate, they exalt, they preserve; so that to profit by them we must be as perceptive as we can.

In what relation do the perceptive faculties stand to the expressive?

He contemplated me a bit; he was a perceptive and I knew it.

Thorndyke was a telepath and Officer Gruenwald was perceptive.

A Candle: Education of the sensory and perceptive faculties.

Man's spiritual longings are infinite, his perceptive faculties are limited.

Death of all of the perceptive elements of the retina eventually occurs.

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