insight


insight
01. The book is full of profound [insights] on the reasons for the continued suffering of mankind.
02. During our book club meeting, Joan made a number of [insightful] comments that really helped me to understand the novel better.
03. The police questioned the suspect for hours without gaining any new [insights] into the crime.
04. An African proverb notes that there are three friends in this world: courage, sense, and [insight].
05. An Islamic proverb tells us that when God wishes a man well, He gives him [insight] into his faults.
06. The text which accompanies the photos provides a fascinating [insight] into the creation of each image.
07. Computers are invaluable for all kinds of tasks, but they can never replace the [insights] of a human being.
08. Actress Bette Davis once said that without wonder and [insight], acting is just a trade. With it, it becomes creation.
09. Herodotus once said that the worst pain a man can suffer is to have [insight] into much, and power over nothing.
10. Peter Ustinov once suggested that courage is often lack of [insight], whereas cowardice in many cases is based on good information.
11. Only the richest fiction can give us numerous, complex [insights] into life.
12. Arthur Gordon once said that nothing in life is more exciting and rewarding than the sudden flash of [insight] that leaves you a changed person - not only changed, but for the better.
13. Some religious leaders see the theory of evolution as a new [insight] into the work of God in creating our world.
14. Sophie often impresses me with the [insights] she seems to have into the personalities of the characters in the books she reads.
15. The Buddha remembered the [insight] which had come to him as he sat under a rose-apple tree.
16. Surveys are often used in psychological studies to give researchers valuable [insights] into what people believe.
17. The study of animals has produced many important [insights] in psychology, but the use of animal testing raises serious ethical questions.
18. David Suzuki has remarked that science can only provide tiny fragmented [insights] into the natural world.
19. Trying to think like our clients helps us to gain greater [insight] into their needs, which helps to improve our business.
20. His studies in religion have given him a lot of [insight] into the conflict in the Middle East.
21. People like to talk to Eric about their difficulties because his [insight] often helps them to solve their problems.
22. We often read novels in an attempt to gain [insights] into the human experience.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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