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alert keenly attentive or responsive; quick to perceive. [1/3 definitions]
allegorize to perceive or understand in an abstract or symbolic sense. [1/3 definitions]
anesthesia complete or partial inability to perceive bodily sensation such as pain. [1/2 definitions]
anesthetize to render unable to perceive bodily sensations such as pain, esp. with an anesthetic.
appreciate to perceive and acknowledge the worth of; value. [1/4 definitions]
clairaudience the alleged ability to perceive sounds not within hearing distance or not in the physical realm.
clairvoyance the supposed supernatural ability to perceive events that have not yet occurred or things not directly available to the five senses. [1/2 definitions]
depth perception the ability to perceive spatial relationships such as the relative distance of objects from one another or from the observer.
detect to perceive, discover, or uncover. [1/2 definitions]
differentiate to perceive differences or distinctions between. [1/6 definitions]
discern to perceive or make out. [1/3 definitions]
discernment the ability to keenly perceive and judge. [1/2 definitions]
discriminate to perceive differences or distinctions between. [1/4 definitions]
elusive hard to perceive, understand, or remember. [1/3 definitions]
feel to perceive by actively touching, or perceive passively through one's skin. [1/15 definitions]
feeling able to perceive sensation. [1/9 definitions]
find to perceive as or regard. [1/8 definitions]
fine1 requiring subtle discrimination; difficult to perceive. [1/9 definitions]
hear to perceive with the ears. [2/8 definitions]
hearing the ability to perceive sound, or the extent to which one can hear. [1/4 definitions]
humor the ability to express, perceive, or understand what is funny or amusing. [1/5 definitions]