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no·tice·a·ble

 (nō′tĭ-sə-bəl)
adj.
1. Evident; observable: noticeable changes in temperature.
2. Worthy of notice; significant: a noticeable change in the composer's style.

no′tice·a·bil′i·ty n.
no′tice·a·bly adv.
Synonyms: noticeable, marked, conspicuous, prominent, salient, striking
These adjectives mean tending to attract notice. Noticeable refers to something that can be readily noticed or observed: The player's great height provided a very noticeable advantage on the basketball court. What is marked is emphatically evident: a marked limp; a marked success. Conspicuous applies to what is immediately apparent and noteworthy: a shirt with a conspicuous stain; a leader occupying a conspicuous place in the nation's history. Prominent connotes a standing out, especially from others of a kind: a prominent landmark; prominent moments in her career. What is salient is so prominent and consequential that it seems to leap out and claim the attention: His most salient feature is his irrepressible sense of humor. Striking describes something that seizes the attention and produces a vivid impression on the sight or the mind: The child bears a striking resemblance to his uncle. See Also Synonyms at perceptible.
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Adv.1.noticeably - in a noticeable manner; "he changed noticeably over the years"
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noticeably

[ˈnəʊtɪsəblɪ] ADV [different, changed, improved] → sensiblemente, perceptiblemente
the next day it was noticeably warmeral día siguiente se notaba que hacía más calor
they are noticeably less well-off than beforese nota que tienen menos dinero que antes
she looks noticeably worse than when I last saw herestá sensiblemente peor que la última vez que la vi, se la nota peor que la última vez que la vi

noticeably

[ˈnəʊtɪsəbli] adv [deteriorate, improve, change] → sensiblement
The baby became noticeably more agitated → Le bébé était visiblement plus agité.
There are many physical signs, most noticeably a change in facial features → Il y a de nombreux signes physiques, le plus visible étant une modification des traits du visage.

noticeably

advdeutlich, merklich; relieved, pleased, annoyed etcsichtlich; he was noticeably lacking in confidencees war deutlich, dass ihm das Selbstvertrauen fehlte

noticeably

[ˈnəʊtɪsəblɪ] adv (perceptibly) → sensibilmente; (obviously) → evidentemente; (considerably) → notevolmente

notice

(ˈnəutis) noun
1. a written or printed statement to announce something publicly. He stuck a notice on the door, saying that he had gone home; They put a notice in the paper announcing the birth of their daughter.
2. attention. His skill attracted their notice; I'll bring the problem to his notice as soon as possible.
3. warning given especially before leaving a job or dismissing someone. Her employer gave her a month's notice; The cook gave in her notice; Please give notice of your intentions.
verb
to see, observe, or keep in one's mind. I noticed a book on the table; He noticed her leave the room; Did he say that? I didn't notice.
ˈnoticeable adjective
(likely to be) easily noticed. There's a slight stain on this dress but it's not really noticeable.
ˈnoticeably adverb
This ball of wool is noticeably darker than these others.
ˈnoticed adjective
(negative unnoticed).
ˈnotice-board (American ˈbulletin board) noun
a usually large board eg in a hall, school etc on which notices are put.
at short notice
without much warning time for preparation etc. He had to make the speech at very short notice when his boss suddenly fell ill.
take notice of
to pay attention to. He never takes any notice of what his father says; Take no notice of gossip.
References in classic literature ?
The case is this: my father's health is growing noticeably worse, he cannot stand any contradiction and is becoming irritable.
But the beasts were not noticeably destructive, for they were few in number and the ranch was large.
Prosperously, but not noticeably otherwise; he thought, in black.
At first she was noticeably cool towards him, but then suddenly changed and became gracious, and her mother gave him pressing invitations to visit them.
Down, down we continued to sink until the heavy glass of the port-holes became noticeably warm from the heat of the water without.
In the beginning of dinner, the party being small and the room still, these motes from the mass of a magistrate's mind fell too noticeably.
She looked long at Olvia Marthis, and though she had seen her many times before and knew her well, she looked at her today through new eyes that saw, apparently for the first time, that the girl from Hastor was noticeably beautiful even among those other beautiful women of Helium.
After each meal Marilla carried a well-filled tray to the east gable and brought it down later on not noticeably depleted.
Charlotta the Fourth had discarded the blue bows but her freckles were not noticeably less.
They moved in a compact mass and as they approached more closely their rate of speed noticeably diminished.
They were both noticeably absent-minded when the old lady's retinue set their meal before them; so none broke their reserve, for it is not lucky to annoy guests.
The ears were small and rested flat against the skull, which was noticeably round, though the face was quite flat.