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Spell check of perception

Correct spelling: perception

Synonyms:
perceptivity, sensation, idea, acquaintance, information, science, sagaciousness, learning, consciousness, apprehension, concept, intelligence, design, attention, cognizance, knowledge, brainstorm, insight, judgment, perspicacity, reflection, experience, sentience, percept, awareness, sageness, comprehension, outlook, supposition, sensing, viewpoint, theory, light, thought, perceptiveness, plan, inkling, inspection, wisdom, grip, eyesight, opinion, scholarship, watching, responsiveness, conception, feeling, hold, understanding, seeing, witnessing, recognition, discernment, detection, percipience, principle, study, perceptual experience, observation, impression, intuition, sagacity, sapience, acumen, sight, cognition, attitude, lore, vision, grasp, appreciation, consideration, erudition, sense, ideation, astuteness, notion, regarding, image, inspiration.

Antonyms:
illogic, inexperience, simplemindedness, imbecility, craziness, senselessness, lunacy, misapprehension, misinterpretation, foolishness, idiocy, obtuseness, madness, misunderstanding, brainlessness, misperception, irrationality, illiteracy, dullness, unsoundness, preposterousness, insanity, density, simpleness, rudeness, zaniness, incomprehension, stupidity, witlessness, ignorance, folly, unreasonableness, misconception, mindlessness, silliness, unfamiliarity.

Examples of usage:

1) This led him to think of Clare and here he was suddenly arrested by a perception, now only dimly grasped, of a change in her attitude to his writings. - "Fortitude", Hugh Walpole.

2) And it was her sudden perception of this dramatic quality in their relations that brought about the brief passionate tenderness. - "Command", William McFee.

3) You will experience this unity with the saints more fully, when all perception of self is taken away. - "Letters of Madam Guyon", P. L. Upham.

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