InSights

in·sight  ˈinˌsīt/

noun
  1. the capacity to gain an accurate and deep intuitive understanding of a person or thing.
    “this paper is alive with sympathetic insight into Shakespeare”
    • a deep understanding of a person or thing.
      plural noun: insights
      “the signals would give marine biologists new insights into the behavior of whales”
      synonyms: understanding of, appreciation of, revelation about;

      introduction to;
      informaleye-opener about

 

 

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