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- adv. In a discernable manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a manner to be discerned; perceptibly; visibly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a manner to be discerned; distinguishably; perceptibly.
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What caused him to halt was a van—a filthy but still discernibly white Transit—that was parked in front of the garage.
But the Q5 2.0 T Quattro offered a discernibly quieter and more comfortable ride than that afforded by the considerably more expensive Cayenne S.
In the grand scheme of things, most resignations from the cabinet don't have a discernibly lasting impact.
You couldn't confuse one with the other - Mudgal was the rounder of the two, with a discernibly soft physicality, while Valli possessed a more athletic, reedlike appearance.
The keyboard does not discernibly declaim or take the musical lead.
(In my opinion, if both of these entities were to disappear tomorrow, the arts in America would not be in discernibly worse shape, and their situation might even improve to the extent that the very definition of "the arts" would be less under the control of bureaucrats.)
"There looks to be a discernibly large class of investor focusing on a return of their money rather than simply a return on their money," he said.
It was the Moroccan spring and the air was discernibly filled with high expectations and, sometimes, extravagant hopes, in a country that has experienced decades of a dreadful dictatorship: namely the Years of Lead.
This time, even in westernised Istanbul, the mood is becoming discernibly more irritable.
There's slapstick aplenty but, again, minus anything that's discernibly funny.