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
Through that interaction, the center became concerned Kogan intended to sell insights gained from its own research without properly licensing it.
The court hearing Friday didn’t provide new insight into why agents seized the items, but the judge, prosecutors and the attorneys all spoke openly about an investigation that previously has been shrouded in secrecy.
Still, schools in some parts of the country are embracing the kinds of insights offered by the panelists.
This has led agricultural interests to demand insight into the White House’s strategic thinking on such matters.
Instilling in the profession insights into use of social media can be an uphill task, says Zachary Garbow, who left IBM with a colleague to start a company called Funeral Innovations.
For an economic corridor such as the Houston Ship Channel that could give companies and local officials insights in where to locate manpower and equipment and how best to shore up plants, pipelines and storage tanks.
Here, see Heilbrunner’s honest, funny, and useful insights into pregnancy style.
The process yielded some new insights — along with a few awkward moments.
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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
: the ability to understand people and situations in a very clear way
: an understanding of the true nature of something
INSIGHT Defined for Kids
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