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Sentence count:67Posted:2017-04-02Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: discerniblediscerndiscernablediscernmentconcerningdisconcertingvisceraleviscerateMeaning: [-nɪŋ]  adj. 1. having or revealing keen insight and good judgment 2. unobtrusively perceptive and sympathetic 3. quick to understand 4. able to make or detect effects of great subtlety; sensitive. 
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1 She is incapable of discerning right from wrong.
2 She is a very discerning art critic.
3 The discerning customer will recognize this as a high quality product.
4 Politicians are good at discerning public opinion.
5 She has a discerning palate.
6 Discerning investors will find the guide useful.
7 A superb choice for the discerning holidaymaker.
8 The book will charm discerning readers.
9 Today's consumers are sophisticated,[] discerning and demand quality products with real taste and flavour.
10 Nigel wondered if any film star would be discerning enough to employ him if he applied for a chauffeur's job.
11 At least there were a few discerning spirits in Yorkshire.
12 Full football kit for a discerning 10-year-old will probably cost parents about £40.
13 More discerning diners can sample such traditional Biltmore fare as gulf shrimp and crab claws on ice.
14 Then, discerning an unfilled need, he started a cigar-box company in the heart of the Southern Ontario tobacco fields.
15 For smart people, discerning people, the clutter and crush had eventually become too much.
16 I think that sums up the feelings of most discerning and intelligent Indians.
17 The philosophy behind this hotel, according to manager Sture Rydman, is hospitality for the discerning and appreciative.
18 James Kelly: His pen is still busy,[] his eye for the news as discerning as ever.
19 Artcare have been at the forefront in the production of portfolios for the discerning artist since 1938.
20 Our group bookings specialists are always pleased to assist the discerning traveller who requires quality, service and value second to none.
21 To find myself in the company of so many eminent, discerning and open-minded independent shopkeepers, affords me pleasure beyond expression.
22 You don't have to be wealthy to develop a discerning palate.
23 On September 14 and 15 the staff and friends of Greenbank hold a big sale of unusual bulbs for discerning gardeners.
24 Thus the advance is made a split second after discerning the opponent's attack.
25 His own preferment was not a little due to his discerning hospitality.
26 Isn't it time you investigated the best value in today's yachting market for the discerning cruising family or club racer.
27 Here, Christie's tightly produced specialist sales are aimed at the discerning buyer to the exclusion of the average punter.
28 Back would come a creation which could, in some instances, be worn with impunity in front of the most discerning fashion couturier.
29 Both reject papal centralization and papal authority as a means for discerning just government.
30 Most often this behavior went by the name of arrogance, but the more discerning were likely to attribute it to insecurity.
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