detectable

[ dih-tekt ]SEE DEFINITION OF detectable

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"Here," Tip answered, in a detectable imitation of Schroeder's voice.

It is detectable in every utterance of theirs when they are talking about us.

Then suddenly—for no detectable reason—conditions are reversed.

"We can always depend on Johnny," said Paresi with no detectable emphasis at all.

The beam is not detectable by your methods and, therefore, cannot be jammed.

If I were firing a pistol, would this pistol leave a nitrate on my hands that would be detectable by the paraffin test?

However, this linkage (reproduced here in figure 18) had no detectable influence on Watt or on subsequent practice.

Manifestly, so slight a change would scarcely be detectable in the vegetation.

The brook was whispering secret things, and the drip from the trees made a soft tinkle, just detectable, on its pools.

A shade of protest had been detectable, presumably, in Challis's face, and he had disclaimed it.

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