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Definition of "perceptivity" [per•cep•tiv•i•ty]

  • The state or quality of being perceptive. (noun)

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Use "perceptivity" in a sentence
  • "Choosing to exclude students from decision-making roles totally disregards their perceptivity."
  • "News at Eleven: Many of Rumi's lyrical ghazals express an almost psychedelic perceptivity that makes his imagery so distinctive and attractive Light would soak the world entire/as once it did on Sinai's Mount/if I reveal the ecstasy/of my heart's fabliaux . . . from ghazal 2789."
  • "The Japanese team, experts on the extra sensory Node, center of TP perceptivity, insisted that the Node was in curcuit with the Optic Nerve (it wasn't within two millimeters of same) and besieged Dr. Jordan with polite hissings and specious proofs."
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