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Definition of "imperceptibly" []

  • Too slight, subtle, gradual, etc, to be perceived (adjective)
  • Not noticeably, too small to be detected, too little to be perceived. (adverb)

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Use "imperceptibly" in a sentence
  • "Highly dominant, moderately dominant, and what I call imperceptibly dominant or submissive."
  • "Clark smiled almost imperceptibly, that is his face expressed an inward amusement because a number of tiny lines wrinkled into being at the corners of his gray eyes, and his lips pushed out ever so slightly."
  • "Cornelius or Schnorr (imperceptibly, that is to say), and reminiscences are poured out slowly while the smoke puffs from the pipes."
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