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View synonyms for noticeable

noticeable

[ noh-ti-suh-buhl ]

adjective

  1. attracting notice or attention; capable of being noticed:

    a noticeable lack of interest.

    Synonyms: prominent, conspicuous

    Antonyms: inconspicuous

  2. worthy or deserving of notice or attention; noteworthy:

    a book that is noticeable for its vivid historical background.

    Synonyms: notable



noticeable

/ ˈnəʊtɪsəbəl /

adjective

  1. easily seen or detected; perceptible

    the stain wasn't noticeable



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Derived Forms

  • ˈnoticeably, adverb
  • ˌnoticeaˈbility, noun

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Other Words From

  • notice·a·bili·ty noun
  • notice·a·bly adverb
  • un·notice·a·ble adjective
  • un·notice·a·ble·ness noun
  • un·notice·a·bly adverb

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Word History and Origins

Origin of noticeable1

First recorded in 1790–1800; notice + -able

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Example Sentences

The extended phenotype is especially noticeable when we look at parasites.

That was becoming a noticeable problem, as Fortune’s Claire Zillman noted in this foresightful story last year.

From Fortune

We don’t announce all of these because they’re generally not widely noticeable.

The can even become part of furniture, cell phones and more without being noticeable.

It’s been nearly a month since a month-long boycott of advertising on Facebook ended for many of the world’s largest advertisers, and while there are some noticeable outliers, e-commerce advertisers weren’t among them.

From Digiday

The presence of white and other nonblack allies at recent protests is noticeable.

What is noticeable is that ISIS is bombarding the town with tank shells and mortars less than it was before.

Other signs of the closer ties between Adelson and the Koch conservative network have been noticeable this year.

In fact, massive overspending for the Games could lead to a noticeable increase in taxes next year.

Practically, there is no noticeable rearward pushback [because] the weight of the gun slows [it] down.

In Parliament, where of course the old costly fashions have long been out of vogue, the change is equally noticeable.

The location is a rather secluded one and the painstaking care noticeable about so many ruins is lacking.

Pliny Pickett slouched around the corner, and, as he approached, the unmistakable odor of horses became noticeable.

The orchestration is very rich, and on the whole original, although the influence of Berlioz is sometimes noticeable.

This was noticeable in many ways, among others his passion for keeping a diary.

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