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perceptible
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Crime and Punishment
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  • "But we know all who had pledges, and you are the only one who hasn’t come forward," Porfiry answered with hardly perceptible irony.
  • "Is it still a dream?" he wondered and again raised his eyelids hardly perceptibly; the stranger was standing in the same place, still watching him.
  • At the first glance it was apparent that he had had a great deal to drink and, though no amount of liquor made Razumihin quite drunk, this time he was perceptibly affected by it.
  • Again it became suddenly plain and perceptible to him that he had just told a fearful lie—that he would never now be able to speak freely of everything—that he would never again be able to speak of anything to anyone.

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  • The car makes a barely perceptible clicking sound at high speeds.
  • a perceptible limp

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