use perceptively in a sentence.
Ms. Orlean, a staff writer for the New Yorker, explores "the life and the legend" of Rin Tin Tin and perceptively illuminates both.
In Velázquez, Mr. Bailey perceptively observes, "we detect a man, who, despite being a civil servant, cocooned in his courtier's garb, went on asking piercing questions and creating in his art a radiance of duality and doubt."
When we went to an online "Terms of Service" check box, deals came in at a perceptively faster rate (I don't have the actual stats - too long ago).
From the vantage point of the twenty-first century, it is fascinating to watch the rapid innovations in science and technology overtake their fictional anticipation and to return to our most speculative and fantastical literature to see how perceptively it anticipated the social and geopolitical transformations — and challenges — these innovations would inspire.
Finally, he perceptively identified problems inherent in public regulation and ownership of inner block open spaces and saw the necessity of assuming community maintenance of public areas: