Definition of insightful in English:

insightful

Syllabification: in·sight·ful
Pronunciation: /inˈsītfəl
 
 
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adjective

Having or showing an accurate and deep understanding; perceptive: thank you for all the insightful comments I don’t have anything insightful to say about that
More example sentences
  • Bear with me; I am not having the usual fascinating, insightful thoughts at the moment.
  • I also appreciate the insightful comments received from the anonymous reviewers.
  • The only drawback is that the opinions of the cast and crew are not particularly profound or insightful.
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insightfully

Pronunciation: /inˈsītfəlē/
adverb
More example sentences
  • He has also written insightfully on forest conservation, urging a creative synthesis between the ‘practical knowledge’ of peasants and the ‘latest scientific knowledge’ of the State.
  • Wrapped in its national myths of splendid isolation and blessed innocence (chronicled insightfully by Herman Melville and Henry James), it held out.
  • Overall, these individual narratives were insightfully blended together, resulting in an extremely coherent though complex and conceptually strong exhibition.

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