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Keenness of mental perception and understanding; discernment; penetration.I like the way it sounds and that one sounds perceptive when pronouncing the word. It describes Jane Austen to me.
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It can say to someone that it's exciting. Or that it can be used facetiously or sarcastically. It doesn't convey any meaning. An empty word.
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