The nature of the harm allegedly caused by Goddard was “subtle, imperceptible and pernicious.”
The number of straight men who change their name upon marriage, remains so tiny as to be imperceptible.
He might have overcome his drawl, lobbying past, and imperceptible poll ratings to win the GOP nomination.
The change, at first, was imperceptible: as always the easterly mountains grow visible against a lighter sky.
Nothing can ever change them but the unconscious and imperceptible movement of the mores.
Her dancing was incredibly light; she looked like some exotic poppy swaying to an imperceptible breeze.
Again Barbara gave him that imperceptible and flattering touch.
The smile died away first by imperceptible degrees from his face.
In its origin it is imperceptible; in its results it is manifest and great.
"She grows lovelier every day, Clotilde does," said the medical student, allowing an imperceptible sigh to escape him.