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324 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[d_ɪ_s_ˈɜː_n_m_ə_n_t], [dɪsˈɜːnmənt], [dɪsˈɜːnmənt]
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Synonyms for Discernment:

discrimination (noun) vision (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Discernment:

  • discenrment,
  • discernement,
  • desernment,
  • deceviement,
  • docunment,
  • asighnment,
  • dispersement,
  • disareement,
  • disarmment,
  • kitcehnand,
  • discoverment,
  • dissinrolment,
  • gocernment,
  • disapoinment,
  • disarment,
  • dispursment,
  • descernment,
  • discerment,
  • disarmerment,
  • dissillusunment,
  • dissapoinment,
  • focernemnt,
  • dicernment,
  • misalingment,
  • distortment,
  • dissappoinment,
  • assienment,
  • decrenment,
  • descerment,
  • dislogment,
  • disageement,
  • disenbowment,
  • designment,
  • dissillusnment,
  • measurnment,
  • decernment,
  • tourenment,
  • disearnment,
  • dispersment,
  • disenrollement,
  • discernmnet,
  • resenment,
  • disernment,
  • defernment,
  • disappionment,
  • disversment.

Rhymes for Discernment:

  1. internment, adjournment;

Quotes for Discernment:

  1. Discernment is God's call to intercession, never to faultfinding. Corrie Ten Boom.
  2. Her great merit is finding out mine; there is nothing so amiable as discernment George Byron.
  3. When a person goes into a relationship emotionally needy, they are not going to have discernment in choosing people. Jennifer O'Neill.

Adjectives for Discernment:

  • acceptable excellent,
  • responsible critical,
  • keen aesthetic,
  • quick, practised,
  • serious and critical,
  • almost telepathic,
  • exceptionally keen,
  • less gifted,
  • intuitional,
  • such practical,
  • quick, sharp,
  • full and complete,
  • such noble,
  • deal more,
  • reciprocal,
  • far-reaching,
  • telepathic,
  • metaphysical,
  • gifted,
  • astonishing,
  • loving,
  • easy,
  • total,
  • successful,
  • highest,
  • serious,
  • complete,
  • final,
  • best,
  • fourth keen,
  • original perceptive,
  • unerring and reverent,
  • genuine statesmanlike,
  • mightily clear,
  • finest and quickest,
  • clearer and quicker,
  • spiritual and almost unerring,
  • correct judicial,
  • careful, keen,
  • judicious and calm,
  • unsophisticated military,
  • cautious and nice,
  • clear and far-sighted,
  • curious fine,
  • sure, clear,
  • self-conscious human,
  • attentive and judicious,
  • telescopical,
  • refined aristocratic,
  • quick and true,
  • distinctive musical,
  • own surprising,
  • delicate tactile,
  • purest literary,
  • clear spiritual,
  • keen musical,
  • finest spiritual,
  • direct and independent,
  • brilliant individual,
  • quick and clear,
  • keen and sensitive,
  • eager passionate,
  • keen spiritual,
  • nice moral,
  • quick and acute,
  • new and clear,
  • least political,
  • finest artistic,
  • quick and keen,
  • better spiritual,
  • ordinary intelligent,
  • clear logical,
  • almost intuitive,
  • almost unerring,
  • unusually keen,
  • usual deep,
  • thy quick,
  • thy calm,
  • profound and subtle,
  • much keener,
  • quick and ready,
  • much critical,
  • profound political,
  • finest natural,
  • great critical,
  • quick, sure,
  • almost past,
  • deep and profound,
  • own practical,
  • own keen,
  • also excellent,
  • strong, clear,
  • little individual,
  • strong moral,
  • almost full,
  • thy proud,
  • such keen,
  • numinous,
  • little political,
  • spiritual and moral,
  • own superior,
  • mere idle,
  • more acute,
  • true spiritual,
  • more critical,
  • own original,
  • intellectual and spiritual,
  • own moral,
  • own spiritual,
  • beady,
  • more comprehensive,
  • topical,
  • far-sighted,
  • bibliographical,
  • tactile,
  • measurable,
  • telescopic,
  • intellectual and moral,
  • esthetic,
  • great political,
  • flinty,
  • perceptive,
  • quickest,
  • long-standing,
  • analytical,
  • clearest,
  • considerate,
  • transcendental,
  • all-important,
  • reverent,
  • lucid,
  • truest,
  • thine own,
  • unfailing,
  • vigilant,
  • candid,
  • fuller,
  • attentive,
  • editorial,
  • instantaneous,
  • prophetic,
  • far less,
  • innate,
  • tolerable,
  • crafty,
  • imaginative,
  • poetical,
  • affectionate,
  • exceptional,
  • especial,
  • much more,
  • patriotic,
  • conspicuous,
  • surprising,
  • deepest,
  • aristocratic,
  • childish,
  • thorough,
  • ingenious,
  • passionate,
  • strict,
  • wondrous,
  • essential,
  • vivid,
  • deeper,
  • mutual,
  • respective,
  • glad,
  • limited,
  • idle,
  • feeble,
  • vulgar,
  • shallow,
  • romantic,
  • customary,
  • youthful,
  • exact,
  • characteristic,
  • generous,
  • medical,
  • obscure,
  • unexpected,
  • independent,
  • earliest,
  • weak,
  • professional,
  • absolute,
  • proud,
  • well-known,
  • bare,
  • grave,
  • slow,
  • actual,
  • important,
  • french,
  • original,
  • past,
  • new,
  • strange,
  • simple,
  • mere,
  • certain,
  • long,
  • otherwise acute,
  • sweetest and most accurate,
  • ordinarily acute,
  • keenest spiritual,
  • usual acute,
  • wise spiritual,
  • therefore personal,
  • grammatical and lexical,
  • nearly miraculous,
  • subtle and sympathetic,
  • exquisite spiritual,
  • keen and accurate,
  • highly conscientious,
  • delicate spiritual,
  • such intuitive,
  • divine and spiritual,
  • little subtle,
  • own supernatural,
  • profound spiritual,
  • lexical,
  • such critical,
  • real historical,
  • much vaunted,
  • such intellectual,
  • statesmanlike,
  • least possible,
  • more active,
  • deficient,
  • grammatical,
  • vaunted,
  • precocious,
  • much greater,
  • optical,
  • charitable,
  • astounding,
  • practised,
  • inadequate,
  • ethical,
  • conscientious,
  • philosophic,
  • much less,
  • visual,
  • closer,
  • sweetest,
  • little more,
  • discreet,
  • unmistakable,
  • imperfect,
  • prodigious,
  • conscious,
  • gross,
  • reasonable,
  • amazing,
  • obvious,
  • clever,
  • glorious,
  • cool,
  • slight,
  • similar,
  • possible,
  • noble,
  • present,
  • high,
  • poor,
  • unphysiognomical,
  • less spiritual,
  • such acute,
  • more clear,
  • great natural,
  • moral and religious,
  • more intelligent,
  • tardy,
  • contemptible,
  • prudent,
  • cautious,
  • ready,
  • rapid,
  • mortal,
  • calm,
  • average,
  • direct,
  • finest,
  • military,
  • native,
  • fair,
  • due,
  • wonderful instinctive,
  • keen critical,
  • clear moral,
  • nicer,
  • truer,
  • remorseless,
  • nicest,
  • superficial,
  • sensitive,
  • eminent,
  • historical,
  • scientific,
  • modest,
  • dim,
  • elegant,
  • active,
  • genuine,
  • personal,
  • accurate and penetrating,
  • apostolic,
  • inexperienced,
  • aesthetic,
  • judicial,
  • comprehensive,
  • refined,
  • moderate,
  • vigorous,
  • religious,
  • individual,
  • greatest,
  • sudden,
  • strong,
  • acute and profound,
  • preternatural,
  • enlightened,
  • miraculous,
  • skilful,
  • rational,
  • sympathetic,
  • feminine,
  • smallest,
  • careful,
  • steady,
  • immediate,
  • keenest,
  • quicker,
  • uncanny,
  • logical,
  • swift,
  • unusual,
  • necessary,
  • keener,
  • clearer,
  • supernatural,
  • sure,
  • proper,
  • full,
  • unerring,
  • infallible,
  • philosophical,
  • correct,
  • intelligent,
  • literary,
  • extreme,
  • extraordinary,
  • mental,
  • peculiar,
  • judicious,
  • artistic,
  • exquisite,
  • special,
  • equal,
  • singular,
  • practical,
  • instinctive,
  • finer,
  • musical,
  • wonderful,
  • least,
  • uncommon,
  • infinite,
  • penetrating,
  • delicate,
  • excellent,
  • shrewd,
  • sharp,
  • divine,
  • ordinary,
  • wise,
  • admirable,
  • perfect,
  • considerable,
  • less,
  • accurate,
  • political,
  • human,
  • profound,
  • usual,
  • remarkable,
  • deep,
  • common,
  • subtle,
  • rare,
  • intellectual,
  • natural,
  • fine,
  • sufficient,
  • intuitive,
  • superior,
  • true,
  • acute,
  • moral,
  • critical,
  • clear,
  • keen,
  • quick,
  • spiritual.
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