use percipience in a sentence.
But the president got one big thing right a few days ago, and it is incumbent upon fair-minded people to acknowledge his candor and percipience: the Massachusetts Senate race really was a referendum on the Obama agenda.
Perhaps the intelligent ones have better things to do and the less intelligent ones can't think of any ripostes to your searing wit and percipience.
It takes great percipience to cut away to the issue of greatest political interest: knaves of fools? foolish knaves? knavish fools? naive-ish noodles?
I've returned from another Thanksgiving holiday chock full of pumpkin pie wisdom and turkey neck percipience to deliver unto you a new installment of my behind-the-scenes look at the making of "Hail to the Chimp," a politically-charged next-gen party game coming to the Xbox 360 and PS3 this spring.
Incipient doctor intercepts incipient alcoholic with incipient percipience.