appreciable

[ uh-pree-shee-uh-buh l, -shuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF appreciable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR APPRECIABLE

The Leopard Woman hesitated the least appreciable portion of a second.

There followed an appreciable pause, then two quick flashes.

And they have been increasing in power and precision at an appreciable rate.

I have seen it lower, but after forty below the difference is not appreciable.

They are not found to any appreciable extent in food plants.

For no appreciable reason, she kept it locked, and the key under the bureau cover.

No star, no constellation, has any appreciable influence on our solar system.

But then, he made no appreciable effort to become King of England.

That, to atoms, atoms by the nonillions, was no appreciable load at all.

The pun upon the word 'Kidd' is appreciable in no other language than the English.

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