discern

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To perceive differences
To perceive, recognize, or comprehend with the mind; to descry
To distinguish something as being different from something else; to differentiate

He was too young to discern right from wrong.

To detect with the senses, especially with the eyes
To see and identify by noting a difference or differences; to note the distinctive character of; to discriminate; to distinguish
{v} to see, perceive, distinguish, judge
If you can discern something, you can just see it, but not clearly. Below the bridge we could just discern a narrow, weedy ditch
To make cognizance
To see by the eye or by the understanding; to perceive and recognize; as, to discern a difference
{f} distinguish, perceive, recognize, discriminate
If you can discern something, you are aware of it and know what it is. You need a long series of data to be able to discern such a trend It was hard to discern why this was happening
To see or understand the difference; to make distinction; as, to discern between good and evil, truth and falsehood
detect with the senses; "The fleeing convicts were picked out of the darkness by the watchful prison guards"; "I can't make out the faces in this photograph"
discern between
make a distinction between two or more things
discernable
Detectable or derivable by use of the senses or the intellect

There was a discernable performance difference between a porsche and a civic.

discerning
Present participle of discern
discerning
Of keen insight or good judgement; perceptive
discernment
To perceive differences that exist
discernment
The ability to distinguish; judgement
discernible
perceivable
discernment
penetration
to discern
descry
discerner
{n} one who discerns, one who descries
discernible
{a} discoverable, distinguishable, visible
discerning
{a} a seeing, judicious, knowing
discerningly
{a} judiciously, skilfully, actely
discernment
{n} the faculty of discerning, skill
Discernible
perspicable
Discernment
discernance
discernable
perceptible by the senses or intellect; "things happen in the earth and sky with no discernible cause"; "the newspaper reports no discernible progress in the negotiations"; "the skyline is easily discernible even at a distance of several miles"
discernable
{s} distinguishable, recognizable
discerned
past of discern
discerner
One who, or that which, discerns, distinguishes, perceives, or judges; as, a discerner of truth, of right and wrong
discerner
{i} one who distinguishes between, one who perceives differences
discernible
capable of being seen or noticed; "a discernible change in attitude"; "a clearly evident erasure in the manuscript"; "an observable change in behavior"
discernible
Capable of being discerned by the eye or the understanding; as, a star is discernible by the eye; the identity of difference of ideas is discernible by the understanding
discernible
Possible to discern
discernible
capable of being perceived clearly; "an essay with a meaning that was not always discernible"
discernible
perceptible by the senses or intellect; "things happen in the earth and sky with no discernible cause"; "the newspaper reports no discernible progress in the negotiations"; "the skyline is easily discernible even at a distance of several miles"
discernible
If something is discernible, you can see it or recognize that it exists. Far away the outline of the island is just discernible
discernible
capable of being perceived clearly; "an essay with a meaning that was not always discernible
discernible
{s} distinguishable, recognizable, perceivable
discernibly
distinguishably, in a manner than can be recognized as different
discernibly
In a discernable manner
discernibly
In a manner to be discerned; perceptibly; visibly
discerning
quick to understand; "a kind and apprehensive friend"- Nathaniel Hawthorne
discerning
{s} discriminating, wise, perceptive, shrewd
discerning
unobtrusively perceptive and sympathetic; "a discerning editor"; "a discreet silence"
discerning
able to make or detect effects of great subtlety; sensitive; "discerning taste"; "a discerning eye for color"
discerning
having or revealing keen insight and good judgment; "a discerning critic"; "a discerning reader"
discerning
Acute; shrewd; sagacious; sharp-sighted
discerning
approval If you describe someone as discerning, you mean that they are able to judge which things of a particular kind are good and which are bad. tailor-made holidays to suit the more discerning traveller. showing the ability to make good judgments, especially about art, music, style etc = discriminating
discerning
unobtrusively perceptive and sympathetic; "a discerning editor"; "a discreet silence
discerning
having or revealing keen insight and good judgment; "a discerning critic"; "a discerning reader" able to make or detect effects of great subtlety; sensitive; "discerning taste"; "a discerning eye for color" unobtrusively perceptive and sympathetic; "a discerning editor"; "a discreet silence
discerningly
In a discerning manner; with judgment; judiciously; acutely
discerningly
showing insight and understanding, perceptively; discriminately
discerningly
In a discerning manner
discernment
Discrimination
discernment
ability to make good judgments
discernment
Sorting through all the values, issues, concerns, attitudes, and emotions of everyone concerned in order to select which are the most important to consider
discernment
the trait of judging wisely and objectively; "a man of discernment"
discernment
The gift of Discernment is the special ability God gives to certain members of the body of Christ to sense whether a certain behaviour purportedly to be of God is in reality divine (see 1 Corinthians 12: 10, Acts 16: 16-18, 1 John 4: 1-6, Mathew 16: 21-23)
discernment
discretion in judging objectively
discernment
the act of separating or distinguishing between things
discernment
In the context of Christian spirituality, discernment refers to the act of "testing the spirits"--the process of sifting, weighing, and discriminating what is of God and what is not (1 John 4: 1ff) Discernment is an art, a skill and a gift It usually entails four movements: 1) Cultivating an inner disposition of openness, desire, and intention to live in the Spirit of Jesus, 2) Deepening attentiveness to what is happening within and around me/us, 3) Refining discrimination in light of scripture and the Christian tradition as to what is of God and what is not, 4) Making a decision, a judgment, or response to what is revealed
discernment
the ability to make wise judgements; sagacity
discernment
To distinguish between things
discernment
aesthetic discrimination; taste, appreciation
discernment
delicate discrimination (especially of aesthetic values); "arrogance and lack of taste contributed to his rapid success"; "to ask at that particular time was the ultimate in bad taste"
discernment
Prayerful reflection and discussion before taking a major decision
discernment
the cognitive condition of someone who understands; "he has virtually no understanding of social cause and effect"
discernment
perceptiveness
discernment
The power or faculty of the mind by which it distinguishes one thing from another; power of viewing differences in objects, and their relations and tendencies; penetrative and discriminate mental vision; acuteness; sagacity; insight; as, the errors of youth often proceed from the want of discernment
discernment
The act of discerning
discernment
perception of that which is obscure
discernment
The ability to recognize and to affirm the skills, talents, and spiritual gifts of other people, especially other Christians
discernment
Discernment is the ability to judge which things of a particular kind are good and which are bad. = judgment
discernment
the condition of understanding
discernment
(Fr Prediliction) - is the twelfth sense which enables you to avoid all things antipathetic and to encounter everything sympathetic This sense results in the evolution of Intuition
discernment
This skill is used to discern something of a persons character and likely intentions, especially if they are in a stressful situation The skill is normally used when in conversation with someone, or of someone who is personally well known It is possible to use discernment on someone that is known only from a dossier or eyewitness accounts This would be a difficult task at least, and is quite likely to be astounding or impossible depending upon how complete the information is It is a Perception skill
discernment
{i} understanding, insight, perception
discernment
   the ability to distinguish between what is valuable and what is not, especially in the spiritual or moral realms
discerns
third-person singular of discern
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