discernment

  1. the cognitive condition of someone who understands
  2. delicate discrimination (especially of aesthetic values)
  3. perception of that which is obscure
  4. ability to make good judgments
  5. the trait of judging wisely and objectively

discernment

[n] - perception of that which is obscure
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Discernment

Dis·cern'ment noun [ Confer French discernement .] 1. The act of discerning. 2. 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 visi...
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discernment

1. The act of discerning. ... 2. 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. ... Synonym: Ju...
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discernment

noun the trait of judging wisely and objectively; `a man of discernment`
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Discernment

• (n.) The act of discerning. • (n.) 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.Di...
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Discernment

Discernment is the ability to obtain sharp perceptions or to judge well (or the activity of so doing). In the case of judgement, discernment can be psychological or moral in nature. In the sphere of judgement, discernment involves going past the mere perception of something and making nuanced judgments about its properties or qualities. Considered...
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discernment

the cognitive condition of someone who understands
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Discernment

From a Latin word meaning “ to separate or to distinguish between,” it is the practice of listening for God’s call in our lives and distinguishing between good and bad choices.
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