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perceptible
used in Great Expectations

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Definition
capable of being noticed — typically because it is different enough or large enough
  • It was likewise to be noted of this majestic spirit, that whereas it always appeared with an air of having been out a long time and walked an immense distance, it perceptibly came from a closely contiguous wall.
    Chapter 31 (12% in)
  • It troubled me that there should have been a lurker on the stairs, on that night of all nights in the year, and I asked the watchman, on the chance of eliciting some hopeful explanation as I handed him a dram at the door, whether he had admitted at his gate any gentleman who had perceptibly been dining out?
    Chapter 40 (8% in)

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