perceptible[ per-sep-tuh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF perceptible
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PERCEPTIBLE
The top of his head was the only place where there was any perceptible heat.
The lake is comparatively shallow, and has a perceptible current.
What perceptible sign of mature age or manliness is there about him?
After a little while there was a perceptible quivering of the eyelids and twitching of the mouth.
"They say he threatened Ralph's father, Angus," said Monsey, with a perceptible shiver.
He gave a perceptible start, and looked round at me over his shoulder.
There were perceptible veins of grey in it, though he had only entered his thirty-fifth year.
There was a perceptible note of apprehension in the mother's confession.
He tightened the arm encircling her by a perceptible trifle.
And she went with hardly a perceptible hang-back at the door.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PERCEPTIBLE
- alluded to
- tacitly assumed