Noun(1) a person who becomes aware (of things or events
Adjective(1) characterized by ease and quickness in perceiving
(1) In that, he may have been more percipient than he could have realised at the time.(2) It is lucidly and coherently structured around a single axiom, a single percipient insight into the nature not only of tyranny, but implicitly of the State apparatus itself├ö├ç┬¬(3) He is a percipient young man and can pick up opponents' weaknesses very quickly.(4) But the willpower of those percipient priests had stuck in his mind like a stupidly swallowed toothpick in the throat.(5) For years your columnist has been the smartest and most percipient commentator on matters political and was always ahead of the posse.(6) He never travelled to any of the European capitals outside Vienna, and he lacked percipient champions who could both recognize his worth and noise his talents abroad.(7) My friend was far more informed, articulate, and percipient than I was.(8) Nevertheless, is it the case that the ├ö├ç├┐auctioneers├ö├ç├û are without doubt the more percipient of the regulators?(9) The ontological principle of sociality is a fundamentally evolutionary concept that describes reality as a process in which percipient events adjust to new situations and adapt themselves to a variety of consentient sets.(10) In chapter 2, which examines the British case, there are some percipient observations which counter the once familiar view that nothing in Britain matched the importance which American railroads exerted in their economy.(11) Always inclined to hypochondria, the valedictory volume of his diaries catalogues his decline with percipient accuracy.(12) The small percipient eyes are screwed up, and wrinkled from his repeated minute scrutinies.(13) The experimenter identified problems in visualization protocols, so percipients were instructed to formalize their visualization techniques amongst themselves.(14) But it is a relief to see that the drugs appear to have done no permanent damage, and that age has not otherwise impaired his percipience .(15) This instruction was necessary as some percipients seemed to have deployed protocols that may have encouraged retrocognition and precognition rather than real-time remote viewing.(16) He is unafraid to mention his own lack of percipience .
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