- a perceptible by the senses or intellect
- If you select "high" or "best" or "maximum dpi" the printer will pump out more ink than is necessary without any discernable improvement in print quality.
- Enter Sydney Fife (Segel), a large, louche fellow with no discernable means of income but with a self-confidence that Peter is on the way to understanding he totally lacks.
- The terms of the National Unity pact he has forged with Yanukovych's coalition are discernable, however vague the wording: Yanukovych signed on to Ukraines moving closer .
- Sir Alex Ferguson in AFP
Ferguson added: "It is not a matter of him defying his age. It is more a case that there is no discernable deterioration in his game at all. It is remarkable. I don't know what else there is to say about him! His form is just the same as it was last...
- George Clooney in NEWS.com.au
WENN reports Clooney as saying, "You can only get so far without discernable talent - then you either work, or use cheap publicity tricks to keep the public's attention. Paris has no reason to complain if she is on the end of bad publicity."
- John McCain in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
In a separate statement, the McCain-Palin campaign said: "Barack Obama provided no discernable plan for the banking crisis and ignored his previous record in Washington that contradicted many of his statements today."