a firm delicate-flavored Swiss cheese made from cow’s milk and soaked in cider or white wine and spices
Appenzeller cheese has a golden yellow rind and a firm, straw-colored curd with tiny holes.
made in Switzerland’s Appenzell canton
to have conscious perception of; comprehend. to comprehend (a new idea) by assimilation with the sum of one’s previous knowledge and experience. Historical Examples From my perception, then, of hoof or sound I apperceive cow. Applied Psychology for Nurses Mary F. Porter Spirits say they know such by their coldness, and that when they apperceive […]
conscious perception. the act or process of . Historical Examples Words are empty sounds without ideas, and God is a mere name if the mind has no apperception of a God. Christianity and Greek Philosophy Benjamin Franklin Cocker The line of use, by habit of apperception, becomes the line of beauty. The Sense of Beauty […]
conscious perception. the act or process of . Historical Examples Somehow “apperceptive masses” are stirred that will assist in getting hold of the new subject. How We Think John Dewey Nature, its organization the source of apperceptive forms, 152 et seq. The Sense of Beauty George Santayana It is the synthetic, or apperceptive, activity of […]
the unconscious assumption of the personality characteristics of another, usually well known, person.