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discernment (s) (noun), discernments (pl)
1. The ability to see and to understand people, things, or situations clearly and intelligently: Jake's lack of discernment led to his disastrous choice of business partners.
2. The act or process of perceiving something or exhibiting keen insight and good judgment: Gertrude was studying at the university so she could have a better discernment regarding the best vocational career to strive for.
The capability of seeing and understanding, things, people or conditions intelligently and clearly.
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Word Entries at Get Words: “discernment
The ability to make good decisions regarding people or situations. (1)