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Word: insightful

Definition: discerning; perceptive


Sentences Containing 'insightful'

"As much insightful social commentary as action-packed coming of age story.
Built on the insightful recognition of the arising and non-arising of various mental qualities over time and of our ability to mindfully intervene in these ephemeral qualities, the Four Right Exertions encourage the relinquishment of harmful mental qualities and the nurturing of beneficial mental qualities.
But Puckey's own writings are often very insightful, and well seasoned with illuminating metaphor.
Cornelia Peake McDonald's diary is very insightful about a woman's role during the Civil War and the conflicts women were facing during that time.
His writing was described by the judges as "clear, concise, insightful."
Known for penning concept suites and songs inspired by literature, music fan opinions of his writing have varied greatly, running the gamut from cerebral and insightful to pretentious and preachy.
Particularly noted for his insightful and passionate performances of the romantic repertoire and his beautiful but not syrupy tone, Rosand has recorded prolifically and appeared all over the world with many major orchestras and concert organizations.
These ideas are not always practicable, but they are frequently entertaining and insightful.
TimeOut New York called it "Stirring, Insightful Brutally Honest." As a family in a tailspin stuck somewhere between knowing what the problems are and doing something about it - questions of what or who really needs saving were presented in this stirring work.
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