discernible

[ dih-sur-nuh-buh l, -zur- ]SEE DEFINITION OF discernible
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The feeling of old age is discernible in this as well as in several other passages of the Laws.

There was a little, just discernible waggle in her head as she stated things.

There was an undercurrent of nervousness, discernible only to her eyes.

They will recognize the disease from evidence not discernible to regular practitioners.

The villages around were discernible by their lights in the houses.

The heat was intense, and signs of the plague were discernible everywhere.

In a critical study of the books of Moses two eras seem to be discernible.

A steady improvement, however, is discernible as he proceeds.

She was just discernible by the dim rays of the anchor light.

The meanness, the squalor, the degradation of his morale and life are not discernible in his works.

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