perceivable

[ per-see-vuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF perceivable

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Nonentities are not perceivable, and therefore not thinkable.

The rise has now begun, but it is perceivable only to those who are acquainted with the river.

The Perceivable and the Immoveable Essences have no common principles (b. 2).

The harm that will be done is probably not yet perceivable; but it will be incalculable.

Is it not perceivable that it had, on the contrary, a staling quality?

The blossoms have a singular but unpleasant smell, not perceivable at a distance.

We use the word to be to indicate the intent of all perceived and perceivable.

After rounding Bradley's Head, the town of Sydney is perceivable, about three miles distant on the south shore.

Nevertheless, when something actually good is perceivable, one is convinced by it and even made happy.

The important stage is the one which precedes this, and in which a definite decline in mental power is not yet perceivable.

WORD ORIGIN

late 15c., from Old French percevable, from perçoivre (see perceive). Related: Perceivably.

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