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- adv. In a perceptible manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a perceptible manner; in a degree or to an amount that may be perceived or noticed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a noticeable manner
To the extent that our lives do not differ perceptibly from the lives of convinced advocates of U.S. exceptionalism, the rest of the world will justifiably number us among those advocates.
With the passing minutes the lines deepened on his haggard countenance, his expression perceptibly aged.
I indeed perceptibly gained on it; and when, after nearly two days 'journey, I beheld my enemy at no more than a mile distant, my heart bounded within me.
On the face of it a quarter-final line-up of four French clubs, two Irish provinces and two representatives from England is hardly proof of the Gallic stranglehold loosening but the odds have now shifted perceptibly.
The Sun is creeping southwards again, but it may be late July before we notice that our nights are perceptibly longer and darker.
And as he ascended the hillside the lines grew perceptibly shorter.
He had seen twenty years of service in the colonies, from Nigeria and Senegal to the South Seas, and those twenty years had not perceptibly brightened his dull mind.
And if it had not, a glance at her gray eyes, just perceptibly angry with herself, and at her firm-set mouth, would have told him the same thing.
He hesitated perceptibly, then refused and went on his way.
He saw me, but there was no kinship between us, and with him, at least, no sympathy of understanding; for he cowered perceptibly and dragged himself on.
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