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Spell check of discerning

Correct spelling: discerning

Epicurean, circumspect, severe, tactful, separating, diligent, glaring, perspicacious, clear, priggish, penetrating, precise, correct, dainty, finicky, judicious, choosy, bright, exacting, qualmish, sensitive, academic, perceptive, smart, punctilious, insightful, watching, seeing, keen, fussy, acute, clear-eyed, methodical, perceiving, mincing, subtile, inspecting, scrupulous, beholding, persnickety, fastidious, regarding, value, shrewd, observing, demanding, subtle, rigorous, thoughtful, prophetic, percipient, particular, conscientious, witnessing, provident, prudent, knowing, recognizing, sage, foresighted, peeking, distinguishing, second-sighted, meticulous, apprehensive, proper, sighting, sagacious, spying, discreet, literal, sapient, intuitive, penetrative, forseeing, staring, critical, crafty, brilliant, glimpsing, accurate, quick, wise, viewing, intelligent, differentiating, discriminating, hypercritical, picky, understanding, gazing, setting apart, glancing, prudish, able, squeamish, sharp, farsighted, cunning, grasping, delicate, looking, flawless, astute, prognostic, prescient, worried, prim, clairvoyant, peering, careful, clear-sighted, comprehending.

idiotic, unwise, thoughtless, blind, moronic, uncomprehending, unperceiving, shallow, foolish, slow-witted, indiscriminating, dumb, stolid, dense, silly, brainless, unperceptive, dull, obtuse, undiscriminating, slow, purblind, untactful, imbecile, unintelligent, simple, undiscerning, woodenheaded, tactless, witless, feebleminded.

Examples of usage:

1) Their friends, those at least who were discerning, realized that the probability of a marriage between them was becoming more and more remote. - "The Mermaid of Druid Lake and Other Stories", Charles Weathers Bump.

2) In addition to this, she was, besides being attractive in face and feature, endued with a certain tranquillity of manner which suggested to the discerning that she had once held her own in high places. - "A Prairie Courtship", Harold Bindloss.

3) My interior resembles a drop of water, mingling and lost in the ocean, and no more discerning itself,- the sea not only surrounding, but absorbing it. - "Letters of Madam Guyon", P. L. Upham.