Examples of insight in a Sentence
- … I had a big insight and a little insight about the book. —Rust Hills, Esquire, April 1973
- … realizing this gave me no insight into how to correct it. —Bartley McSwine, Change, May–June 1971
- … might well offer fresh insights as to the character and extent of the social adaptation involved. —George C. Barker, ETC, Summer 1945
He is a leader of great insight.
The author analyzes the problem with remarkable insight.
I had a sudden insight.
Her book provides us with fresh new insights into this behavior.
Recent Examples of insight from the Web
The data, some of which is available here, has turned up all kinds of interesting insights on mental health.
As the MotionLoft database grows, researchers may uncover any number of unexpected insights.
Most of the clinical trials produced little in the way of insight into what actually might work against Ebola.
The girls were kind enough to hang out with me for the afternoon and offer all sorts of insight on what to expect during the long first night and advice on being in this position.
What to make of insights that tangle philosophy and fantasy and repurposed baseball gloves?
But a few provide some of the first insights into Paddock, who has remained a mystery more than seven months after executing the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history.
There are people of intellectual achievement who increase the sum of human knowledge, the powers of human insight, and analysis.
Single female purchasers tend to be more likely to see buying a home as an investment, according to Jessica Lautz, director of demographic and behavioral insights for the National Association of Realtors.
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Synonym Discussion of insight
- the discernment to know true friends
- the discrimination that develops through listening to a lot of great music
- a novelist of keen perception into human motives
- lacks the penetration to see the scorn beneath their friendly smiles
- a documentary providing insight into the plight of the homeless
- a director of reliable box-office acumen
INSIGHT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of insight for English Language Learners
: the ability to understand people and situations in a very clear way
: an understanding of the true nature of something
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