Failing to perceive something.
- But Eliot is wrong, or impercipient, in her implication that there is something unexpected, or unprepared for, in Esmond's eventual union with Rachel.
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- Pushkin's greatness is nowhere more evident than in his realisation that such impercipience undoes everybody.
- This percipience, following on earlier impercipience, is very odd.
Words that rhyme with impercipientincipient, percipient, recipient
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