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used in 1984 by Orwell

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capable of being noticed — typically because it is different enough or large enough
  • There is no possibility that any perceptible change will happen within our own lifetime.
    p. 176.4
perceptible = capable of being noticed
  • In the ragged hedge on the opposite side the boughs of the elm trees swayed just perceptibly in the breeze, and their leaves stirred faintly in dense masses like women's hair.
    p. 123.4
perceptibly = in a manner that is capable of being noticed
There are no more uses of "perceptible" in 1984 by Orwell.

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