There has been a perceptible improvement in my own wellbeing since the state where we live granted us the right to marry.
Baggy, pedestrian clothing hides their lean muscles; there are no perceptible rock-like calves, no prominent triceps or pectorals.
That slighting reference to gentlemen adventurers, with just a perceptible emphasis of the adventurers, was not to his taste.
What perceptible sign of mature age or manliness is there about him?
Thus even in Ethics there is now perceptible in some quarters a tendency to repudiate the normative standpoint.
There were perceptible veins of grey in it, though he had only entered his thirty-fifth year.
Then there came a brief pause of extraordinary deep quiet, a sudden cessation of all perceptible sounds and movements.
There was a perceptible note of apprehension in the mother's confession.
Nor had she lost to any perceptible degree her rare good looks.
Upon the half-breeds, two of whom were our guides, no change was ever perceptible.
early 15c., "perceptive," from Late Latin perceptibilis "perceptible," from Latin percept-, past participle stem of percipere (see perceive). Meaning "capable of being perceived" is from c.1600. Related: Perceptibly; perceptibility.