- percent sign,
- perceptual defence
Origin of perceptible
Examples from the Web for perceptible
There has been a perceptible improvement in my own wellbeing since the state where we live granted us the right to marry.New Report Says Same-Sex Marriage Is Good for Public Health|Russell Saunders|April 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Baggy, pedestrian clothing hides their lean muscles; there are no perceptible rock-like calves, no prominent triceps or pectorals.
On the file of cabs, just perceptible through the foliage, the cabmen lolled in listless attitudes.The Morals of Marcus Ordeyne|William J. Locke
They have been created, not by the perceiving being, but by the perceptible environment.Decadence and Other Essays on the Culture of Ideas|Remy de Gourmont
In about 45 seconds there was a perceptible tremor of the ground, immediately followed by a slight sound of the explosion.
By the end of 1851 there was a perceptible decrease in both gaming and drinking in all the larger towns of California.The Life of Bret Harte|Henry Childs Merwin
There was a perceptible, and not ungrateful, odor of cooking present.Weatherby's Inning|Ralph Henry Barbour
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.