discernible




Discernible means noticeable. If your extra hours training are having no discernible influence on your basketball game, it means your game has not changed.

You can use discernible in two senses. First, you can use it to describe something you physically see: Because the sky was so clear, the ship was discernible from miles off. You can also use it to describe something you sense or understand: When your younger brother told he was sorry he broke your baseball bat, the truth was discernible in his voice.

Definitions of discernible
  1. adjective

    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”
    synonyms:
    discernable
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    Antonyms:

    indiscernible

    difficult or impossible to perceive or discern

  2. adjective

    capable of being seen or noticed

    “a
    discernible change in attitude”
    synonyms:
    evident, observable

    noticeable

    capable or worthy of being perceived
  3. adjective

    capable of being perceived clearly

    “an essay with a meaning that was not always
    discernible
    Synonyms:

    perceptible

    capable of being perceived by the mind or senses

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