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1. She perceived that all was not well.
2. The students perceived that his behavior had changed.
3. Bill perceived a tiny figure in the distance.
4. I perceived a change in his behaviour.
5. The patient was perceived to have difficulty in breathing.
6. She is perceived as vain, spoilt and promiscuous.
7. The junta reacted violently to the perceived threat to its authority.
8. I perceived a change in his behaviour/that his behaviour had changed.
9. Even as a young woman she had been perceived as a future chief executive.
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10. The government was perceived to be inert and inefficient.
11. They perceived that they were unwelcome and left.
12. Risks are perceived differently by different people.
13. Such fallacies are not easily perceived.
14. We had already perceived how the temperature fluctuated.
15. Women's magazines are often perceived to be superficial.
16. His teachers perceived him as shy and introverted.
17. They perceived a stranger wandering in the garden.
18. You are perceived to accept his offer.
19. That rule is not easily perceived.
20. I perceived his comment as a challenge.
21. He is perceived as a religious man.
22. They were widely perceived to have been unlucky.
23. He perceived what the shy little man wanted.
24. We perceived a little girl coming toward us.
25. That morning(sentencedict.com), he perceived a change in Franca's mood.
26. This discovery was perceived as a major breakthrough.
27. She has perceived the danger.
28. The thief was perceived to steal into the house.
29. He has now perceived his error.
30. She wasn't at all the mindless little wife so many people perceived her to be.
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