Imperceptible meaning

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Impossible or difficult to perceive by the mind or senses.

An imperceptible drop in temperature.

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Not plain or distinct to the senses or the mind; esp., so slight, gradual, subtle, etc. as not to be easily perceived.
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Not perceptible, not detectable, too small in magnitude to be observed.

We all missed the imperceptible shake of his head as he tried to warn us without being seen.

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The definition of imperceptible is not able to be imagined or so small that it can barely be seen.

An example of something imperceptible is a peaceful world to those who love anger and fighting.

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So subtle, slight, or gradual as to be barely perceptible.

An imperceptible nod.

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Origin of imperceptible

  • From Middle French imperceptible, from Medieval Latin imperceptibilis

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