noticeable Definition

  • 1able to be easily seen or noticed; clear or apparent
  • 2worthy of attention or notice; significant

Using noticeable: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "noticeable" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    There was a noticeable change in his behavior after the accident.

  • Example

    The difference in quality between the two products was noticeable.

  • Example

    Her absence was very noticeable at the meeting.

noticeable Synonyms and Antonyms

Phrases with noticeable

  • a significant or obvious difference


    There was a noticeable difference in the taste of the two dishes.

  • a significant or observable impact or influence


    The medication had a noticeable effect on her symptoms.

  • a significant or visible enhancement or progress


    There was a noticeable improvement in her performance after she started practicing regularly.


Summary: noticeable in Brief

The term 'noticeable' [ˈnəʊtɪsəbl] refers to something that is easily seen or worthy of attention. It can describe a significant change, difference, or effect, as in 'There was a noticeable change in his behavior after the accident.' 'Noticeable' has synonyms like 'apparent,' 'observable,' and 'conspicuous,' and can be used formally or informally.

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