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per·cep·tive

(per-sep'tiv),
Relating to or having a higher than normal power of perception.

perceptive

(pər-sĕp′tĭv)
adj.
1. Of or relating to perception: perceptive faculties.
2.
a. Having the ability to perceive; keen in discernment.
b. Marked by discernment and understanding; sensitive.

per·cep′tive·ly adv.
per′cep·tiv′i·ty (pûr′sĕp-tĭv′ĭ-tē), per·cep′tive·ness n.

per·cep·tive

(pĕr-sep'tiv)
Relating to or having a higher than normal power of perception.
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