imperceivable

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

imperceivable

(ˌɪmpəˈsiːvəbəl)
adj
a less common word for imperceptible
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In reflecting on her career, Harris admits that she did not always envision becoming a lawyer; however, she advises those who do know where they want to be, but aren't sure how to get there, "If I could have given my younger self advice, I would have told her, 'have a goal in your mind of how you want to feel and what kind of role you see yourself in when you are doing your best work, but do not be attached to the details of the path that you'll take to get there." The details of the path may be vague or even imperceivable at times, but having a clear end goal in mind will keep one focused on getting there.
The planning officer said Environmental Health had no objections and described 7.5 lux as an "almost imperceivable amount of light".
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 ..." (126).
Chaotic situations evolved characterized by ambiguity, and unsurveyable or imperceivable paper dinosaurs.
When viewed in a Washington prism, programs like dual use appear to be reasonable on the surface yet have some imperceivable, nearly fatal defects to the nonbeltway observer, Part of the problem is that dual use has not yet been embraced by many of the major DoD prime contractors.