Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE VISIBLE

Though the more visible, the organiser of the labour is not the only parent.

The hardier they are grown, the more visible it will appear.

This faint undulation is more visible in some brooks than others.

The discrepancy in the styles is more visible inside the edifice.

Some people give forth an effluvium, which is more visible than that of others.

By night it was clearer, and Maybole more visible than during the day.

The object of adding milk to the water was to make it more visible.

Yet her art is more visible in what she conceals than in what she displays.

These are all the more visible from their contrast to the manners of the Hindús.

It was still in about the same place, but its surroundings were more visible.