Etymology
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insightful (adj.)

"with penetrating understanding into character or hidden nature," 1881, from insight + -ful. Some earlier words in the same sense were insighted (c. 1600), inseeing "having insight" (1590s). Related: Insightfully; insightfulness.

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Definitions of insightful

insightful (adj.)
exhibiting insight or clear and deep perception; "the chapter is insightful and suggestive of new perspectives"-R.C.Angell;
an insightful parent
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