discernable

ADJECTIVE
  1. 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
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How To Use discernable In A Sentence

  • Mr. Ferber speaks of the pleasure he received in observing in the buds of Hepatica and pedicularis hirsuta yet lying hid in the earth, and in the gems of the shrub daphne mezereon, and at the base of osmunda lunaria a perfect plant of the future year, discernable in all its parts The Botanic Garden A Poem in Two Parts. Part 1: the Economy of Vegetation
  • A report from the bastion of theoconservatism, the Southern Baptist Church, laments that “evangelistically, the denomination is on a path of slow but discernable deterioration” because they are baptizing new members at the same absolute number they did fifty years ago when the population was half its current size. Why the Republicans and Their Religious Base Are in a Lot More Trouble Than They Realize
  • The blackness of the land around us lifted and the ridges of the endless desert became discernable, and we could now see the regularly spaced road signs with the decreasing distance to 'Abu Simbel', 'Abu Simble', 'Abo Simbel' and a couple of other variations. TravelPod.com TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at TravelPod.com
  • The new bar is definitely grainier and a discernable taste of real caramel, which leaves a sweeter finish. Times, Sunday Times
  • If the comparison to any single tone in the queue exceeds the maximum tonal deviation, specify that the current processing did not produce a discernable tone.
  • The conservative Christian minority has peaked and is in decline as major right wing sects such as the Southern Baptists report that "evangelistically, the denomination is on a path of slow but discernable deterioration. The Gays Are Winning: Why That Spells Doom for the Religious Right
  • And, as we saw tonight, New York doesn't have any kind of discernable homefield advantage. NY Daily News
  • No glory discernable; not even terror: at best, detestability, ill-matched with despicability! The French Revolution
  • It was hardly discernable, though, in her performance yesterday, which was both imperturbable and irresistible. Times, Sunday Times
  • It did not seem at all, though I viewed it a good while as it was sucking, to thrust more of its nose into the skin then the very snout D, nor did it cause the least discernable pain, and yet the blood seem'd to run through its head very quick and freely, so that it seems there is no part of the skin but the blood is dispers'd into, nay, even into the _cuticula_; for had it thrust its whole nose in from D to CC, it would not have amounted to the supposed thickness of that _tegument_, the length of the nose being not more then a three hundredth part of an inch. Micrographia Some Physiological Descriptions of Minute Bodies Made by Magnifying Glasses with Observations and Inquiries Thereupon
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