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Definition of "perceivable" [per•ceiv•a•ble]

  • Capable of being perceived; discernible. (adjective)

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Use "perceivable" in a sentence
  • "There is energy there that is readily perceivable, that is different from similar types of psychological/cultural energy that one experiences on one’s own or around the family kitchen table with only 3-5 people; the same sort of group energy exists with a mob, or during a wedding ceremony, a rock concert, a political demonstration, or a national tragedy like JFK’s assassination, or 9/11 and so on."
  • "There is no place for them in the future, since there is no "perceivable" future for most of them anyway."
  • "The strategy seeks to improve accessibility through utilising WCAG 2. 0's stipulatation that content should be 'perceivable', 'operable', 'understandable' and 'robust'."