perceptiveness

[ per-sep-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF perceptiveness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PERCEPTIVENESS

He told, too, a good story, which shows the perceptiveness of Indians.

Bully Rawson, with all his faults, had the saving grace of perceptiveness, wherefore the bright idea remained unpropounded.

All this is not Japanese, but from such accident is Japanese art inspired, with its good luck of perceptiveness.

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