We said, OK: a fair way to discern that would be to put the book on trial.
Fox News has a security guard stationed in front of its TV booth, and as best I can discern, no other network has any.
If one inspected an unretouched profile photo of Lincoln, pre-beard, in 1860, one can discern the changes made.
And yet, in all that time, as far as I can discern, Linda was not even aware that anyone was conducting surveillance.
But, as far as I can discern, they do focused, pragmatic work.
In the German version—and I hope also in the French—the reader will not fail to discern some of the novelist's finest gifts.
They are overwhelmed by a flood of details, in which they cannot discern the ruling idea.
For aught I could discern, all else was clean forgot, and we lodged near him and met as friends--no more.
Immediately I went on deck and was just able to discern the shore of Long Island.
And if he did not, at first, understand the motives, he at least began to discern what means had been employed.
late 14c., from Old French discerner (13c.) "distinguish (between), separate" (by sifting), and directly from Latin discernere "to separate, set apart, divide, distribute; distinguish, perceive," from dis- "off, away" (see dis-) + cernere "distinguish, separate, sift" (see crisis). Related: Discerned; discerning.