Many Syrians, meanwhile, are angered by what they perceive as U.S. indifference to their suffering.
So, why do many of us perceive Whole Foods and the Creation Museum so differently?
We simply do not know yet the meaning of the weather changes we perceive.
It is how you perceive the world and how the world perceives you.
It becomes a hapless gesture of uninformed social media departments who perceive the potential of engagement without consequences.
At least that is how I interpret the uneasiness, the hesitation, which I now seemed to perceive in him.
I have used none with my sister, as you perceive; and I shall use none with you.
I could not perceive the expression of the man's face, but he was a long while answering.
She has your names you perceive; her own, translated into English, is the Strawberry-plant.
Only a short while; then the thought comes to them in the shape of a dilemma—Miss Lees being the first to perceive it.
c.1300, via Anglo-French parceif, Old North French *perceivre (Old French perçoivre) "perceive, notice, see; recognize, understand," from Latin percipere "obtain, gather, seize entirely, take possession of," also, figuratively, "to grasp with the mind, learn, comprehend," literally "to take entirely," from per "thoroughly" (see per) + capere "to grasp, take" (see capable).
Replaced Old English ongietan. Both the Latin senses were in Old French, though the primary sense of Modern French percevoir is literal, "to receive, collect" (rents, taxes, etc.), while English uses the word almost always in the metaphorical sense. Related: Perceived; perceiving.
perceive per·ceive (pər-sēv')
v. per·ceived, per·ceiv·ing, per·ceives
To become aware of directly through any of the senses, especially sight or hearing.
To achieve understanding of; apprehend.