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'."