discernible


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dis·cern·i·ble

 (dĭ-sûr′nə-bəl)
adj.
Perceptible, as by vision or the intellect. See Synonyms at perceptible.

dis·cern′i·bly adv.

discernible

(dɪˈsɜːnəbəl) or rarely

discernable

adj
able to be discerned; perceptible
disˈcernibly, rarely disˈcernably adv
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.discernible - perceptible by the senses or intellect; "things happen in the earth and sky with no discernible cause"; "the newspaper reports no discernible progress in the negotiations"; "the skyline is easily discernible even at a distance of several miles"
indiscernible - difficult or impossible to perceive or discern; "an indiscernible increase in temperature"
2.discernible - capable of being perceived clearly; "an essay with a meaning that was not always discernible"
perceptible - capable of being perceived by the mind or senses; "a perceptible limp"; "easily perceptible sounds"; "perceptible changes in behavior"
3.discernible - capable of being seen or noticed; "a discernible change in attitude"; "a clearly evident erasure in the manuscript"; "an observable change in behavior"
noticeable - capable or worthy of being perceived; "noticeable shadows under her eyes"; "noticeable for its vivid historical background"; "a noticeable lack of friendliness"

discernible

adjective clear, obvious, apparent, plain, visible, distinct, noticeable, recognizable, detectable, observable, perceptible, distinguishable, appreciable, discoverable There has been no discernible change in his condition.

discernible

adjective
1. Capable of being seen:
2. Capable of being noticed or apprehended mentally:
Translations
havaittavanäkyväselvä

discernible

[dɪˈsɜːnəbl] ADJ
1. (= perceptible) [difference] → perceptible, apreciable; [effect] → apreciable
for no discernible reasonsin un motivo aparente
2. (= visible) → distinguible

discernible

[dɪˈsɜːrnəbəl] adj
(= detectable) [effect, difference, pattern] → discernable, perceptible; [reason, purpose] → apparent(e)
(= visible) [object] → visible

discernible

adj (with senses) → wahrnehmbar; (mentally) → erkennbar

discernible

[dɪˈsɜːnəbl] adj (frm) → percepibile
References in classic literature ?
And as we stood near the taffrail side by side, my captain and I, looking at it, hardly discernible already, but still quite close-to on our quarter, he remarked in a meditative tone:
Pierre also looked at them, trying to guess which of the scarcely discernible figures was Napoleon.
Some dark object was dimly discernible at the man's feet; the officer could not make it out.
A number of fishing-smacks and coasting boats, some retaining the fantastic fashion of ancient galleys, were discernible on the Red Sea.
He and his wife spoke English with an accent which was only discernible through its un-English emphasis and a certain carefulness and deliberation.
So far, however, are objects discernible in the pure atmosphere of these elevated plains, that, from the place where they first descried the main mountain, they had to travel a hundred and fifty miles before they reached its base.
Then in the larger the quantity of justice is likely to be larger and more easily discernible.
No, father," said Tom, speaking with energetic decision, though there was tremor discernible in his voice too, "you will live to see the debts all paid.
I had so worked upon my imagination as really to believe that about the whole mansion and domain there hung an atmosphere peculiar to themselves and their immediate vicinity-- an atmosphere which had no affinity with the air of heaven, but which had reeked up from the decayed trees, and the grey wall, and the silent tarn--a pestilent and mystic vapour, dull, sluggish, faintly discernible, and leaden-hued.
He placed the young girl again on the chair, -- her lips were scarcely discernible, they were so pale and white, as well as her whole face, -- and remained motionless, looking at Noirtier, who appeared to anticipate and commend all he did.
One side of this space was occupied by the square front of the Province House, three stories high, and surmounted by a cupola, on the top of which a gilded Indian was discernible, with his bow bent and his arrow on the string, as if aiming at the weathercock on the spire of the Old South.
Marner's cottage had no thatch; and Dunstan's first act, after a train of thought made rapid by the stimulus of cupidity, was to go up to the bed; but while he did so, his eyes travelled eagerly over the floor, where the bricks, distinct in the fire-light, were discernible under the sprinkling of sand.