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per·cep·tive

 (pər-sĕp′tĭv)
adj.
1. Of or relating to perception: perceptive faculties.
2.
a. Having the ability to perceive; keen in discernment.
b. Marked by discernment and understanding; sensitive.

per·cep′tive·ly adv.
per′cep·tiv′i·ty (pûr′sĕp-tĭv′ĭ-tē), per·cep′tive·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.perceptively - in a perceptive manner
Translations
بإدْراك، بإحْساس
vnímavě
intelligent
nyitottan
af skarpskyggni
vnímavo
anlaşılır biçimde

perceptively

[pərˈsɛptɪvli] adv [say, write] → avec perspicacité

perceptively

adv say, remark, writescharfsinnig

perceptively

[pəˈsɛptɪvlɪ] advacutamente, con perspicacia

perception

(pəˈsepʃən) noun
the ability to see, understand etc clearly. a man of great perception.
perˈceptive (-tiv) adjective
able to see, understand etc clearly. a very perceptive man.
perˈceptively adverb
perˈceptiveness noun
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This was a perceptively structured reading from Oramo, moving positively towards an affirmative, proud ending.
In a characteristic move, Ghosh perceptively calls attention to what Woodford does not consider in his critique of Wyclif, noting that Woodford fails to address Wyclif's rejections of the use of scholastic logic.
As Geoffrey London has perceptively noted: 'Like an illustrious group of architects from the West -- Wright, Le Corbusier, Kahn -- Hill's modernist work has been enriched by accommodating the traditions of the East.'
As Fabre perceptively puts it, Matheus's views "deserve to be remembered and studied."
He perceptively notes, for example, that prohibition did not vanish after 1933.
As Goldstein perceptively writes, the techniques of New Journalism "were refined at the moment when we first began to grapple with the power of mass media to standardize experience, and its embrace of subjectivity was an attempt to resist this processed consensus." But tactics that worked in the sixties today have curdled into the automatic and mindless first person or the canned eccentricity of a Geraldo Rivera.
Few captured the bitterness and regret of the post-Woodstock generation as perceptively as Jackson.
In a simple production by Michael Blood and perceptively presented by Gordon Mursell, Dean of Birmingham, Andy Hockley read some Owen and we heard original poems from David Hart and Thomas Kunst from Leipzig.
The depiction of figures ranging in age and social role in Numantia, and the self-sacrifice of the heroic child Bariato in particular, is perceptively discussed in light of Raphael's The Fire in the Borgo.
4 Simon Schama retells Tacitus' story of Arminius and Varus most perceptively in Landscape and Memory, HarperCollins, London, 1995, p87ff.
A riot in Harlem was directed against Jewish merchants in 1935, and James Baldwin began writing perceptively about the complexities of the problem in Commentary in 1948.
Jason perceptively added: "I see Marco as a man - not a girl." That's exactly what I think about Nadia.