imperceptible[ im-per-sep-tuh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF imperceptible
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPERCEPTIBLE
God's beginnings are imperceptible, whether in the region of soul or of matter.
He was accused of putting on an imperceptible touch of rouge.
He made no reply, but questioned her by an imperceptible movement of the eyelids.
Those which are equal are imperceptible, and we call them transparent.
Little by little a faint hope crept into my mind—fragile, often imperceptible.
His eyes looked at it, narrowed with attention, as if expecting an imperceptible sign.
Her head, he fancied, had made an imperceptible affirmative movement.
Chantry let him do it, though some imperceptible inch of his body winced.
Nothing can ever change them but the unconscious and imperceptible movement of the mores.
Again Barbara gave him that imperceptible and flattering touch.