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SI. get under one's skin; stir, move, melt, soften, touch the heart, tug at the heart strings, get [s.o.] right here; impress, make an impression, have an impact, come over, come across, register, sink in, come home to, get through to.
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understand, comprehend, apprehend, fathom, discern, see, perceive, make out, realize, SI. savvy, SI. dig, Brit. SI. suss; follow, read, take in, Scot. ken, Inf. get the picture, Inf. get the message, Inf get the idea, Inf. get it, Inf. catch the drift; seize, get a hold of, get a grip on; see through, see [s.t.] as it really is, see [s.t.] in its true colors, Inf. have [s.o.'s] number, SI. be wise to, SI. be on to, SI. have dead to rights; solve, resolve, decode, decipher, crack, work out, figure out, untangle, unriddle, unravel.

penetrating, adj. 1. sharp, pointed, piercing, incisive, penetrative; shrill, ear-splitting, ear-piercing; cutting, biting, stinging, scathing, scorching, withering; trenchant, mordant, mordacious, pungent.
2. acute, keen, sensitive, discerning, discriminating, perceptive,
Scot. and North Eng. gleg; conscious, cognizant, aware, sentient, sensible, comprehending, understanding, SI. in tune, SI. tuned-in; intelligent, smart, Inf. smart as a whip, bright, Inf. brainy, sharp, keen, nimble, quick.

penetration, n. 1. incision, cutting, piercing; puncture, perforation; impalement, transfixion, skewering; ingress, entrance, entry, ingoing, incoming, influx, inflow; permeation, pervasion, saturation, inosculation, interosculation, interpenetration; imbuement, instillment, infusion, suffusion, transfusion, infiltration, impregnation.
2. cogency, incisiveness, pointedness; mordancy, trenchancy, mordaciousness, pungency, cuttingness, bitingness, stingingness.
3. keenness, acuteness, sharpness, sensitivity, dis cernment, discrimination, perception, percipience, perspicacity, insight; consciousness, cognizance, awareness, sentience, sensibility, comprehension, apprehension, understanding.
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intelligence, smartness, brightness, Inf. braininess, Inf. brains, SI. smarts, SI. savvy; sharp-wittedness, keen-wittedness, ready-wittedness, quick-wittedness, nimble-wittedness, clear or quick thinking.

peninsula, n. chersonese; cape, hook, spur, neck, tongue; point, promontory, foreland, headland, head, Scot. mull.

penitence, n. contrition, Theol. imperfect contri tion, attrition, repentance, acknowledgment; compunction, regret, regretfulness, regrets, remorse, remorsefulness, sorrow, sorrowfulness, sadness, grief, sorriness; sackcloth and ashes, breast-beating; selfreproach, self-reproof, self-accusation, self-condemnation, self-punishment, shame, shamefacedness.

penitent, adj. 1. repentant, contrite, compunctious, abject, humble, humbled, apologetic, sheepish; sorrowful, sad, sorry, sorry for one's sins, remorseful, regretful, rueful, conscience-stricken, in sackcloth and ashes; self-reproaching, self-accusing, self-condemning.
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n. 2. confessor, penitential; sinner, prodigal son.

penitentiary, n. 1. prison, state prison, maximum-security prison, minimum-security prison, penal institution, house of correction or detention, SI. pen, SI. big house, SI. slammer, SI. stir; reformatory, reform school, (in England) borstal institution.
2. jail, jailhouse, lockup,
Scot. tollbooth, Inf. clink, U.S. Inf. calaboose, Brit. Inf. bridewell; guardhouse, guardroom, U.S. brig; All SI. can, cooler, coop, hoosegow, jug, booby-hatch, pokey, Brit, choky, Brit. quod.

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