imperceivable


Related to imperceivable: ineffective, pithy, diligently, subtle, tenuous, terse

imperceivable

(ˌɪmpəˈsiːvəbəl)
adj
a less common word for imperceptible
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He offers a narrative mirror in which it is pretty safe for his readers to glance, because in the end no one is really there: not the disordered patient, not the orderly neurologist: "He'd left 'Neil' behind in the prose looking glass, lost somewhere, off in an imperceivable direction, an unreachable place deep inside the narrative mirror .
WITH EXTRAORDINARY SENSITIVITY and a unique technique, Deborah Turbeville has reached beyond the realm of immediate reality to capture the imperceivable.