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used in The Bourne Supremacy

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to notice or understand something — often something that is not obvious
  • He looked up at the fire escape, at the barely discernible outline of the impostor's body.
    Chapter 30 (**% in)
discernible = noticeable
  • Yet another part of him was like a scientist filled with a cold anxiety as he peered into the clouded lens of a microscope trying to discern what his eye and his mind could understand.
    Chapter 8 (4% in)
  • I had to be with your team because I could discern trouble with the tribes and the village chiefs that others could not — which had little to do with my alphabetical symbol.
    Chapter 16 (89% in)
  • Torches, perhaps, for there was nothing constant about the barely discernible light.
    Chapter 26 (74% in)
  • Down in the southern perimeter of the field, on both sides of the runway and barely discernible, were five aircraft, all props and none imposing.
    Chapter 29 (28% in)

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