Definitions and Examples of perceptible, noticeable, visible
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
Able to be seen, heard, or felt.
The sound of the waves crashing against the shore was perceptible even from a distance.
Able to be easily seen or noticed.
The stain on his shirt was so noticeable that everyone in the room could see it.
Able to be seen; perceptible by the eye.
The stars were visible in the night sky, shining brightly.
Key Differences: perceptible vs noticeable vs visible
- 1Perceptible refers to something that can be seen, heard, or felt.
- 2Noticeable describes something that is easily seen or noticed.
- 3Visible specifically refers to something that can be seen by the eye.
Effective Usage of perceptible, noticeable, visible
- 1Describing Sensory Experiences: Use these antonyms to describe what can be seen, heard, or felt.
- 2Giving Feedback: Use these antonyms to provide feedback on presentations, performances, or written work.
- 3Writing Descriptions: Use these antonyms to create vivid descriptions in writing.
The antonyms of imperceptible are perceptible, noticeable, and visible. Use these words to describe sensory experiences, give feedback, and create vivid descriptions in writing.