Synonym: appreciation, apprehension, discretion, judgement, judgment, perceptiveness, sagaciousness, sagacity, savvy, taste, understanding. Similar words: discern, government, discernible, federal government, adornment, discontentment, disillusionment, discouragement. Meaning: [-mənt] n. 1. the cognitive condition of someone who understands 2. delicate discrimination (especially of aesthetic values) 3. perception of that which is obscure 4. the mental ability to understand and discriminate between relations 5. the trait of judging wisely and objectively.
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1 It's clear that you are a person of discernment.
2 He shows great discernment in his choice of friends.
3 William was a man of discernment, with an eye for quality.
4 He had resolved to begin the communal discernment that he hoped would end the Standing on the Sunday after the Epiphany.
5 Some discernment she had, however, for had she not made most complimentary remarks about his filets de sole Murat?
6 When do insight and discernment slip over into clairvoyance and telepathy?
7 The capacity to make sophisticated discernment in thought-processes is within the grasp of almost everyone and constantly demonstrated in everyday life.
8 At the lexical level the frame of discernment consists of words expressed as ordered sets of phonemes.
9 Something that serves to obscure clear perception and discernment.
10 He showed great discernment in his choice of wine.
11 Sex addicts have poor discernment skills for choosing boyfriends.
12 He showed discernment in judging my general ability.
13 Sadat had an uncanny psychological discernment.
14 Valuing the wisdom of discernment theof pleasure without restraint and the joy of victory with integrity.
15 He had a lively discernment of injustice toward other men and toward himself.
16 Two accumulative error indices are defined as the discernment signals of the fault detection in a liquid propellant rocket engine.
17 Our discernment of aid is not the belief but the necessity.
18 A rebuke a man of discernment a hundred lashes a fool.
19 A part of the path to Bodhisattva requires discernment in one's guidance.
20 Studies have shown:The discernment of the market chance is a goal prerequisite of establishing strategic alliance,[Sentencedict.com] allocation of risks and benefits-sharing are its value foundation.
21 She is a woman of the highest taste and discernment.
22 According to the first view, inspiration is an enhancement of natural, rational discernment, not a suspension or abolition.
23 But it was an entirely different matter to attempt a communal discernment in a large and already polarized parish.
24 But what is constituted by consciousness is the at least partial discernment of limitation.
25 Lacking a better alternative,(www.Sentencedict.com) Father Maier fell back on his bottomless faith in discernment and agreed.
26 The experiments show that the fragment audit model could improve the discernment precision of security audit systems efficiently and eliminate the fragment semantic ambiguity.
27 The theme of II Peter is true knowledge and discernment.
28 The design of the corresponding pattern process software is introduced. The accurate discernment of the goal is implemented and a reservation is made accurately.
29 They are a nation without sense, there is no discernment in them.
30 Sir Thomas would have changed the subject , but Mr. Yates, without discernment, didn't catch his meaning.
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