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discerning

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdiscerningdi‧scern‧ing /dɪˈsɜːnɪŋ $ -ɜːr-/ adjective  TASTE IN CLOTHES, MUSIC ETCshowing the ability to make good judgments, especially about art, music, style etc syn discriminating an ideal tour for the discerning travellerthe discerning eye/ear (=someone who can make good judgments about art or music)
Examples from the Corpus
discerningFull football kit for a discerning 10-year-old will probably cost parents about £40.The philosophy behind this hotel, according to manager Sture Rydman, is hospitality for the discerning and appreciative.Today's consumers are sophisticated, discerning and demand quality products with real taste and flavour.On September 14 and 15 the staff and friends of Greenbank hold a big sale of unusual bulbs for discerning gardeners.Discerning investors will find the guide useful.You don't have to be wealthy to develop a discerning palate.The book will charm discerning readers.At least there were a few discerning spirits in Yorkshire.Our group bookings specialists are always pleased to assist the discerning traveller who requires quality, service and value second to none.
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