With the insight of a man of the world, from one glance at this lady’s appearance Vronsky classified her as belonging to the best society.
He recalled his own criticisms of Tyndall of his complacent satisfaction in the cleverness of his experiments, and for his lack of philosophic insight.
He saw the first meeting between the husband and wife, and noted with a lover’s insight the signs of slight reserve with which she spoke to her husband.
Being the youngest, she was her father’s favorite, and she fancied that his love gave him insight.
It was no good for him to use his insight.
It was only on the supposition that no good nurse would have entered so irregular a household as Anna’s that Darya Alexandrovna could explain to herself how Anna with her insight into people could take such an unprepossessing, disreputable-looking woman as nurse to her child.
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The book is full of insight on human nature.
The study offers further insight into the Palestinian situation.