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Spell check of discernment

Correct spelling: discernment

Synonyms:
keenness, assessment, perceptiveness, apprehensiveness, grasp, wit, intuition, dread, catch, distinction, prudence, shrewdness, collar, wisdom, pinch, brilliance, predilection, regarding, mind, sight, opinion, acumen, judiciousness, discrimination, inspection, sound judgment, misgiving, segregation, sharpness, percipiency, perceptivity, perception, discreetness, judgement, savvy, outlook, intellect, reason, penchant, taking into custody, arrest, sagaciousness, mouthful, judicial decision, cleverness, gustatory perception, taste, intelligence, acuteness, sageness, separation, admiration, appreciation, judgment, observation, tasting, sagacity, perspicacity, differentiation, eyesight, insight, sense of taste, seeing, clear-sightedness, percipience, viewpoint, hold, understanding, apprehension, common sense, gustation, nose, free will, ability, preference, witnessing, eye, clarity, judging, gustatory sensation, taste perception, circumspection, gustatory modality, sympathy, sound judgement, agreement, discretion, legal opinion, sapience, vision, watching, careful, astuteness, demarcation, taste sensation, delicacy.

Antonyms:
folly, foolishness, madness, craziness, silliness, irrationality, dulness, witlessness, simplemindedness, brainlessness, senselessness, idiocy, zaniness, imbecility, preposterousness, illogic, insanity, unreasonableness, dullness, obtuseness, unsoundness, lunacy, simpleness, bluntness, stupidity, mindlessness, density.

Examples of usage:

1) It was not that He succumbed to the wolf, to any power stronger than His own will and His own discernment of what was right. - "The Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of St. John, Vol. I", Marcus Dods.

2) She was lit by a flash of great certainty, of strange discernment. - "The Furnace", Rose Macaulay.

3) His discernment let him realize how all things but one must have slipped away through the wild hours of the night. - "The Furnace", Rose Macaulay.

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