\pəsˈɛpt], \pəsˈɛpt], \p_ə_s_ˈɛ_p_t]\
Definitions of PERCEPT
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By Princeton University
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By Stedman, Thomas Lathrop
p[.e]r'sept, n. that which is perceived by means of the senses.--n. PERCEPTIBIL'ITY, quality of being perceptible.--adj. PERCEP'TIBLE, that can be perceived: that may be known by the senses: discernible.--adv. PERCEP'TIBLY.--n. PERCEP'TION, act of perceiving: discernment: (phil.) the faculty of perceiving: the evidence of external objects by our senses.--adjs. PERCEP'TIONAL; PERCEP'TIVE, having the power of perceiving or discerning.--ns. PERCEP'TIVENESS, the faculty or power of perceiving: readiness to perceive; PERCEPTIV'ITY, character or quality of being perceptive: power of perceiving.--adj. PERCEP'T[=U]AL, of the nature of perception.
By Thomas Davidson
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