- an understanding of relationships that sheds light on or helps solve a problem.
- (in psychotherapy) the recognition of sources of emotional difficulty.
- an understanding of the motivational forces behind one's actions, thoughts, or behavior; self-knowledge.
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He then provides some insight into his psyche - complete with Animal House reference.Huckabee 2016: Bend Over and Take It Like a Prisoner!|Olivia Nuzzi|January 8, 2015|DAILY BEAST
Their intentions may be good, but their execution and insight are lousy.
But fun and insight are not always mutually exclusive, certainly not here.
He said Jacobovici and Wilson were simply the latest in a long line of people hoping to find further Biblical insight.
This is absurd, and an insight to how the GOP is likely to win big on Tuesday.
Isobel looked amazed at this her first insight into native life.Rujub, the Juggler|G. A. Henty
The following episode gives us an insight into the fervour of soul with which this task was undertaken.Saint Bonaventure|Rev. Fr. Laurence Costelloe, O.F.M.
She applied an expert's touch and a woman's insight to a hospital hitherto managed exclusively by men.The Life of Florence Nightingale vol. 1 of 2|Edward Tyas Cook
I listened open-mouthed to these things into which my West-Indian experiences could not have given me an insight.The Arrow of Gold|Joseph Conrad
To say that I was bewildered by this last evidence of the insight of the woman beside me would be to put it mildly.The Crossing|Winston Churchill
British Dictionary definitions for insight
- the capacity for understanding one's own or another's mental processes
- the immediate understanding of the significance of an event or action