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imperceptive

imperceptive

adjective im·per·cep·tive \ˌim-pər-ˈsep-tiv\

Definition of IMPERCEPTIVE

:  not perceptive <an imperceptive reader>
im·per·cep·tive·ness noun

Examples of IMPERCEPTIVE

  1. <imperceptive critics who failed to see that it was much more than another mindless action movie>

First Known Use of IMPERCEPTIVE

1661

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