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English Words From The Pharaohs
Most people recognize Ancient Greek and Latin as the primary donors to the English language. However, some of the most ancient words in English actually trace back to Ancient Egypt.
warmly, kindly, affectionately, appreciatively, cordially, heartily, benevolently, compatibly, emotionally, harmoniously, humanely, responsively, understandingly
Origin of perceptive
Synonyms for perceptive
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Examples from the Web for perceptively
Historical Examples of perceptively
quick at perceiving; observant
able to perceive
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Of or relating to perception.
Having the ability to perceive.
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