Imperceptibly

  • 1 imperceptibly — adverb not noticeably, too small to be detected, too little to be perceived. No one noticed that he moved imperceptibly backwards …

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  • 2 imperceptibly — adv. Imperceptibly is used with these verbs: ↑nod …

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  • 3 imperceptibly — imperceptible ► ADJECTIVE ▪ so slight, gradual, or subtle as not to be perceived. DERIVATIVES imperceptibly adverb …

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  • 4 imperceptibly — adverb in an imperceptible manner or to an imperceptible degree (Freq. 1) the power of the Secretary of State in London increased gradually but imperceptibly • Syn: ↑unnoticeably • Ant: ↑perceptibly • Derived from adjective: ↑ …

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  • 5 Imperceptibly — Imperceptible Im per*cep ti*ble, a. [Pref. im not + perceptible: cf. F. imperceptible.] Not perceptible; not to be apprehended or cognized by the senses; not discernible by the mind; not easily apprehended. [1913 Webster] Almost imperceptible to… …

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  • 6 imperceptibly — adverb see imperceptible …

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  • 7 imperceptibly — See imperceptibility. * * * …

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  • 8 imperceptibly — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. slowly, just barely, scarcely; see gradually , hardly …

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  • 9 imperceptibly — adv. in a subtle manner; in a way that is not perceived by the senses …

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  • 10 imperceptibly — im·perceptibly …

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  • 11 imperceptibly — See: imperceptible …

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  • 12 unnoticeably — adverb in an imperceptible manner or to an imperceptible degree the power of the Secretary of State in London increased gradually but imperceptibly • Syn: ↑imperceptibly • Ant: ↑perceptibly (for: ↑imperceptibly) …

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  • 13 GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEY — Names The name Ereẓ Israel (the Land of Israel) designates the land which, according to the Bible was promised as an inheritance to the Israelite tribes. In the course of time it came to be regarded first by the Jews and then also by the… …

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  • 14 List of Emily Dickinson poems — This is a list of Emily Dickinson poems. There are 1,775 known poems that have been written by Dickinson. The poems are alphabetized by their first line. Punctuation, capitalization and even in some cases wording of the first lines may vary… …

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  • 15 materialism — /meuh tear ee euh liz euhm/, n. 1. preoccupation with or emphasis on material objects, comforts, and considerations, with a disinterest in or rejection of spiritual, intellectual, or cultural values. 2. the philosophical theory that regards… …

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  • 16 stringed instrument — a musical instrument having strings as the medium of sound production, played with the fingers or with a plectrum or a bow: The guitar, the harp, and the violin are stringed instruments. * * * Any musical instrument that produces sound by the… …

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  • 17 United States — a republic in the N Western Hemisphere comprising 48 conterminous states, the District of Columbia, and Alaska in North America, and Hawaii in the N Pacific. 267,954,767; conterminous United States, 3,022,387 sq. mi. (7,827,982 sq. km); with… …

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  • 18 vanguard — /van gahrd /, n. 1. the foremost division or the front part of an army; advance guard; van. 2. the forefront in any movement, field, activity, or the like. 3. the leaders of any intellectual or political movement. 4. (cap.) Rocketry. a U.S. three …

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  • 19 physical science, principles of — Introduction       the procedures and concepts employed by those who study the inorganic world.        physical science, like all the natural sciences, is concerned with describing and relating to one another those experiences of the surrounding… …

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  • 20 merge — v. 1) to merge gradually; imperceptibly 2) (D; intr., tr.) to merge into (to merge several small companies into one large one) 3) (D; intr.) to merge with (our bank merged with theirs) * * * [mɜːdʒ] imperceptibly to merge gradually (D; intr.) to… …

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