Thesaurus / perceptible

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On the file of cabs, just perceptible through the foliage, the cabmen lolled in listless attitudes.

They have been created, not by the perceiving being, but by the perceptible environment.

In about 45 seconds there was a perceptible tremor of the ground, immediately followed by a slight sound of the explosion.

By the end of 1851 there was a perceptible decrease in both gaming and drinking in all the larger towns of California.

The Life of Bret HarteHenry Childs Merwin

There was a perceptible, and not ungrateful, odor of cooking present.

Weatherby's InningRalph Henry Barbour

It seemed a strange meeting this, in the heart of the old mining country, and I think we both gave a perceptible start.

An apologetic tendency is perceptible in the Gospel account, and this may help to explain the rise of unhistorical elements.

It also arises from our habit of seeing through transparent mediums, and moving in fluids whose resistance is not perceptible.

At the bringing of her own name into the story Belle gave a perceptible start and a tinge of red crept into her pale cheeks.

Georgina of the RainbowsAnnie Fellows Johnston

For more than a thousand years the Church kept up the contest, with hardly any perceptible success.

The Subjection of WomenJohn Stuart Mill

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