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Synonyms for discernible

perceptible by the senses or intellect

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capable of being perceived clearly

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capable of being seen or noticed

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A sort of smile was discernible on the motionless lips of Noirtier.
The eyes of Sir William Howe and his guests being directed to the staircase, there appeared, on the uppermost landing-place that was discernible from the bottom, several personages descending towards the door.
Sola and I both looked in the direction she indicated, and there, plainly discernible, were several hundred mounted warriors.
She was five miles from us, and looked like a dark mass, hardly discernible.
The day was calm and cloudless, and the atmosphere so pure that objects were discernible at an astonishing distance.
It also said, "The Government of Iran made few discernible law enforcement efforts against human trafficking.
Contrary to what the bottling industry will try to convince you of, there is no discernible difference in cost of bottled water, sports drinks, juice drinks and iced tea in four New England states whether or not they have a deposit on these types of bottles.
Summary: Historically, little innovative high-potential entrepreneurship activity in Libya was discernible under the Gaddafi regime.
He said: "Under Labour huge sums of money were spent pushing low-income households just above the statistically defined level of household income -sometimes by just a few pounds a week - but with no discernible impact on the real life chances of the next generation.
In examining the four outcome domains for the 24 interventions, ten interventions had positive effects or potentially positive in all the outcome domains addressed in their studies; eleven interventions had a combination of positive or potentially positive effects in one or two domains while having mixed, negative, or no discernible effects in other domains; and three had only mixed effects or no discernible effects across domains.
After all, although queer students are susceptible to bigotry, the orientation of a gay white man is not as discernible as the ethnicity of a Latino student.
Aside from enclosing them in plastic cages or cardboard boxes, you could put a bank of earth around them, covering their trunk to the bud union -- the discernible collar that develops as a result of grafting scion to rootstock -- four to eight inches above the base of the tree.
Memorial designer Michael Arad's original scheme placed the names of the deceased in no discernible order.
However, when the scientists administered the hormone along with CRP, leptin had no discernible effect on the rodents' appetites or weight.
Snow White, 2004, was among the better paintings on view--the prurient antics of our heroine's diminutive friends frame her funhouse face, which remains magically discernible from what at first appears to be a whirling abstraction.