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acuity sharpness or keenness, as of sense perception or understanding.
agree to reach a mutual understanding. [1/6 definitions]
agreement the act of reaching, or the state of having reached, a common understanding or harmony of opinion. [1/5 definitions]
apparent clear to the perception or understanding; obvious. [1/3 definitions]
apprehension the act or condition of understanding intuitively. [1/3 definitions]
astute keen in understanding and judgment; shrewd.
bottomless impossible to reach an understanding of; unfathomable. [1/3 definitions]
comprehension the act, process, or product of comprehending; understanding. [1/3 definitions]
consciousness-raising a process in which people are made more sensitive or aware of others, and thus gain understanding and sympathy for their situation, used in combating discrimination. [1/2 definitions]
demythologize to discount or do away with the mythological characteristics or mythical associations of, as in an attempt to arrive at a more realistic understanding.
dialogue an exchange of opinions or thoughts in an effort to reach agreement or mutual understanding. [1/5 definitions]
digestion the process of absorbing ideas; understanding. [1/3 definitions]
dim not clear to the senses or understanding; indistinct. [1/9 definitions]
dyslexia a learning disorder characterized by difficulty in recognizing and understanding written words.
eye (usu. pl.) judgment or understanding. [1/9 definitions]
faculty any of the specific mental capabilities such as memory, perception, reasoning, or understanding. [1/3 definitions]
familiarity knowledge or understanding of a particular thing. [1/3 definitions]
flash a sudden, brilliant display, as of emotion, talent, or understanding. [1/16 definitions]
generation gap the lack of understanding or alienation that exist between members of one generation and the next as a result of differing attitudes, experiences, values, and fashions, as well as the difference in age.
gnostic of, pertaining to, or having knowledge, esp. spiritual understanding. [1/3 definitions]
head mind; intellect; understanding. [1/19 definitions]