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impercipient

[ im-per-sip-ee-uhnt ]
/ ˌɪm pərˈsɪp i ənt /
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adjective
lacking perception; imperceptive.
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Origin of impercipient

First recorded in 1805–15; im-2 + percipient

OTHER WORDS FROM impercipient

im·per·cip·i·ence, noun
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How to use impercipient in a sentence

  • Here is one of my puzzlers: "Does B here mean impercipient and unperceived subject or conscious and percipient subject?"

    An Edinburgh Eleven|J. M. Barrie
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