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The Two Gentlemen of Verona
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perceive
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The Two Gentlemen of Verona
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as in: though blind, can perceive light Define
to become aware of -- especially by using the senses (to see, hear, smell, feel, or taste)
  • I perceive you delight not in music.

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  • I could perceive the ship coming over the horizon.
  • It’s one thing to perceive something with the senses and another to understand its importance.

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  • Are all these things perceived in me?
  • Well, I perceive I must be fain to bear with you.

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  • They are all perceived without ye.
  • Why, couldst thou perceive so much from her?
  • Why, do you not perceive the jest?
  • But did you perceive her earnest?
  • Sir, I could perceive nothing at all from her; no, not so much as a ducat for delivering your letter; and being so hard to me that brought your mind, I fear she’ll prove as hard to you in telling your mind.
  • I like thy counsel; well hast thou advis’d; And that thou mayst perceive how well I like it, The execution of it shall make known: Even with the speediest expedition I will dispatch him to the emperor’s court.
  • And, that thou mayst perceive my fear of this, Knowing that tender youth is soon suggested, I nightly lodge her in an upper tower, The key whereof myself have ever kept; And thence she cannot be convey’d away.

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as in: perceive the system as unfair Define
to view in a certain way so as to form a belief or opinion
as in: though blind, can perceive light Define
to become aware of -- especially by using the senses (to see, hear, smell, feel, or taste)
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