perceptiveness


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Synonyms for perceptiveness

a feeling of understanding

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perception of that which is obscure

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the quality of insight and sympathetic understanding

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The co-operative nature of agreeable individuals increases their perceptiveness and may lead to success in occupations where teamwork and customer service are relevant (Judge et al.
Ten principles of operational diplomacy: * National Interest * Credibility * Clarity * Comprehensiveness * Understanding * Perceptiveness * Circumspection * Confidence-building * Decisiveness * Perseverance Eight attributes of a diplomat * A remover of obstacles * An achiever of objectives * An effective cross-cultural Communicator * A reliable representative * A proactive learner * An illuminating analyst * A principled decision-maker * A positive team-builder
Summary: Beijing - The "substantial", "profound" constitutional reforms announced by HM King Mohammed VI on March 9 attest to the Sovereign's perceptiveness and wisdom, the president of the Japan-Morocco parliamentary league has said.
So, like any good Washington pundit who imagines that proximity translates into perceptiveness, I feel entirely qualified to look into the president's eyes to get a sense of his soul.
The company behind any such ad would have immediately impugned its perceptiveness and reliability--even its worldview.
Once again the Haas Quartet imbues the whole work with new fresh perceptiveness and sensitivity to every apparently "worn out" detail.
But with the perceptiveness and patience of a true scientist he begins to weave these individual threads into a coherent and engrossing narrative.
His topics are from symbol to allegory, saudade as diasporic affect, the rural-urban negative dialectic, framing forro's perceptiveness, the synthetic urge, and the changing same and redemptive regionalism.
Psalm 24:3,4 We climb the heights of spiritual perceptiveness by humility and self-denial.
Along the way she met many different characters, some helpful and some not, whom she describes with deep perceptiveness and a delightful sense of humor.
I chuckled as I listened because word for word I heard echoes of the passion and perceptiveness of others working in rural ministry.
From now on, lawmakers will be required to make remarks in the Diet based on their own perceptiveness and responsibility -- including on changes to constitutional interpretations.
Nemirovsky's perceptiveness and attention to detail really shine through in this novel and mean that the reader can really believe in the characters and become immersed in their lives.
The ability to put yourself in another person's shoes and to deal with that person in a way you would like that person to deal with you is the essence of perceptiveness.
And while her intelligence and perceptiveness is almost intimidating, she is described as being humble, and has a way of making everyone feel like they know just as much as she does.