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perceivable

[ per-see-vuh-buhl ]
/ pərˈsi və bəl /
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adjective
capable of being perceived; perceptible.
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Origin of perceivable

First recorded in 1400–50, perceivable is from the late Middle English word perceyvable.See perceive, -able

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How to use perceivable in a sentence

  • These states have nothing to do with actual color or any other perceivable property.

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  • It has since beguiled artists, critics, and art historians alike with its uncharacteristic look and perceivably lewd message.

  • From this fact spring our significant movements which must hence be perceivably related to the beginning of some necessary action.

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