perceivable

[per-see-vuh-buhl]
adjective
capable of being perceived; perceptible.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English perceyvable. See perceive, -able

perceivability, perceivableness, noun
perceivably, adverb
nonperceivable, adjective
nonperceivably, adverb
unperceivable, adjective
unperceivably, adverb
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perceive (pəˈsiːv)
 
vb
1.  to become aware of (something) through the senses, esp the sight; recognize or observe
2.  (tr; may take a clause as object) to come to comprehend; grasp
 
[C13: from Old French perçoivre, from Latin percipere seize entirely, from per- (thoroughly) + capere to grasp]
 
per'ceivable
 
adj
 
perceiva'bility
 
n
 
per'ceivably
 
adv
 
per'ceiver
 
n

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Example sentences
When you invoke a miracle that is in any affects the perceivable world it is
  open to scientific scrutiny, period.
He did not say anything rude, did not do anything perceivable.
Time is a dimension, to which there is a higher dimension not perceivable.
Purely abstract beings are perceivable in the same manner, or are only
  conceivable by the help of language.
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