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The example sentences of DISCERN in videos (15 in total of 49)

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they personal pronoun 'd modal both determiner be verb, base form " o proper noun, singular s proper noun, singular " because preposition or subordinating conjunction their possessive pronoun " ears noun, plural ca modal n't adverb discern verb, base form the determiner shortening verb, gerund or present participle or coordinating conjunction lengthening verb, gerund or present participle of preposition or subordinating conjunction vowels noun, plural " .
he personal pronoun could modal already adverb discern verb, base form proper noun, singular and coordinating conjunction my possessive pronoun younger adjective, comparative brother noun, singular or mass was verb, past tense three cardinal number , my possessive pronoun older adjective, comparative brother noun, singular or mass was verb, past tense seven cardinal number ,
ours personal pronoun is verb, 3rd person singular present the determiner ability noun, singular or mass to to discern verb, base form between preposition or subordinating conjunction necessity noun, singular or mass , practicality noun, singular or mass , and coordinating conjunction luxury noun, singular or mass , so preposition or subordinating conjunction we personal pronoun prevent verb, non-3rd person singular present ourselves personal pronoun
a determiner highly adverb underrated verb, past participle aspect noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction an determiner infjs proper noun, singular intuition proper noun, singular is verb, 3rd person singular present its possessive pronoun ability noun, singular or mass to to discern verb, base form hidden verb, past participle motives noun, plural .
eyes noun, plural of preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner terrorists noun, plural , to to help verb, base form discern verb, base form methods noun, plural , and coordinating conjunction decipher noun, singular or mass targets verb, 3rd person singular present they personal pronoun are verb, non-3rd person singular present planning verb, gerund or present participle to to
course noun, singular or mass , you personal pronoun will modal only adverb be verb, base form able adjective to to discern verb, base form through preposition or subordinating conjunction prayer noun, singular or mass , a determiner prayer noun, singular or mass that wh-determiner also adverb allows verb, 3rd person singular present
readers proper noun, singular cannot proper noun, singular easily adverb discern noun, singular or mass where wh-adverb to to find verb, base form relevant adjective facts noun, plural , as preposition or subordinating conjunction key adjective concepts noun, plural might modal be verb, base form hidden verb, past participle
thomas proper noun, singular herbert verb, non-3rd person singular present , although preposition or subordinating conjunction they personal pronoun didn proper noun, singular t proper noun, singular attempt noun, singular or mass to to decipher verb, base form the determiner scripts noun, plural , did verb, past tense discern noun, singular or mass that preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner script noun, singular or mass
while preposition or subordinating conjunction an determiner exact adjective figure noun, singular or mass is verb, 3rd person singular present impossible adjective to to discern verb, base form , most adverb, superlative researchers noun, plural are verb, non-3rd person singular present in preposition or subordinating conjunction agreement noun, singular or mass that preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner
it personal pronoun 's verb, 3rd person singular present very adverb easy adjective and coordinating conjunction very adverb quick adjective to to discern verb, base form who wh-pronoun 's verb, 3rd person singular present the determiner giver noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction who wh-pronoun 's verb, 3rd person singular present the determiner taker noun, singular or mass .
it personal pronoun 's verb, 3rd person singular present clear adjective the determiner plot noun, singular or mass conflict noun, singular or mass is verb, 3rd person singular present not adverb how wh-adverb can modal gideon proper noun, singular discern verb, base form the determiner mysterious adjective will modal of preposition or subordinating conjunction god verb, base form ?
do verb, non-3rd person singular present the determiner good proper noun, singular and coordinating conjunction the determiner beautiful proper noun, singular curriculum noun, singular or mass , and coordinating conjunction come verb, base form closer adjective, comparative to to god verb, base form , and coordinating conjunction learn verb, base form to to discern verb, base form
he personal pronoun 's verb, 3rd person singular present become verb, past participle so adverb powerful adjective in preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner dark adjective side noun, singular or mass that preposition or subordinating conjunction he personal pronoun can modal always adverb discern verb, base form events noun, plural to to
people noun, plural around preposition or subordinating conjunction you personal pronoun that wh-determiner are verb, non-3rd person singular present at preposition or subordinating conjunction least adjective, superlative giving verb, gerund or present participle you personal pronoun how wh-adverb to to discern verb, base form between preposition or subordinating conjunction a determiner right adjective decision noun, singular or mass

Use "discern" in a sentence | "discern" example sentences

How to use "discern" in a sentence?

  • The grand result of schooling is a mind with just vision to discern, with free force to do: the grand schoolmaster is Practice.
    -Thomas Carlyle-
  • We should not confuse complete faith in God with complete faith in our ability to discern God's voice.
    -John Corvino-
  • I believe that eyes are very important motifs. Thats something that can discern the peace and love.
    -Yayoi Kusama-
  • Here the great art lies, to discern in what the law is to be to restraint and punishment, and in what things persuasion only is to work.
    -John Milton-
  • I could discern clearly, even at that early age, the essential difference between people who are kind to dogs and people who really love them.
    -Frances Power Cobbe-
  • Behind all forms of beauty there is an infinite unity, and this unity, this intrinsic and eternal beauty, the artist is seeking to discern and to make others discern.
    -Lyman Abbott-
  • Thou shalt learn The wisdom early to discern True beauty in utility.
    -Henry Wadsworth Longfellow-
  • The work is hindered. The glory of God is tarnished and it is because the people of God no longer know how to discern the things of God.
    -Paul Washer-

Definition and meaning of DISCERN

What does "discern mean?"

/dəˈsərn/

discern

verb
To be able to tell differences, see shapes, etc..

Phrases and Idioms that contain "discern"

discern between

To recognize the differences between people or things.

To recognize the differences between people or things.