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perceptible

(pər-sĕp′tə-bəl)
adj.
Capable of being perceived by the senses or the mind: perceptible sounds in the night.

per·cep′ti·bil′i·ty n.
per·cep′ti·bly adv.
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The consumption of smaller bottled water units of 500 ml capacity has increased by around 140% perceptibly.
In her words, the fees for grid access should be defined by the type of production, should be the same for all power sources of a kind and should fall to a perceptibly lower range.
The only time his demeanour shifts perceptibly is at the sight of food when, for roughly 10 seconds, he is positively giddy.
While conventional steering systems work with a fixed ratio, the new Golf GTI operates with a variable steering ratio which reduces steering input perceptibly when manoeuvring and parking.
a slight majority of newborns are circumcised, but that figure has been dropping perceptibly over the last decade.
The acquisition of financial assets by non-financial corporations totalled around EUR40 billion during the reporting period, perceptibly higher than a quarter earlier (EUR12 billion).
Minister Stavreski must gather strength and change its, at times perceptibly flamboyant stance toward journalists, who rightfully demand detailed explanations regarding the debt.
Elsewhere in the same work, one finds shades that do not so much mix as effect perceptibly distinct strata: color over color.
He drew attention to the dynamism in the Arab-Argentine relations which have grown perceptibly over the past years, backed by the will of the incumbent Argentine government.
He said the land policy act had been passed without any policy in place, hence "by this current drafted land policy it will perceptibly yield a fruit".
His eyebrows and hussar moustache rose perceptibly.
Since then the wider musical world has tilted perceptibly in his direction.