a perceptible by the senses or intellect
things happen in the earth and sky with no discernible cause the newspaper reports no discernible progress in the negotiations the skyline is easily discernible even at a distance of several miles
s capable of being perceived clearly
an essay with a meaning that was not always discernible
s capable of being seen or noticed
a discernible change in attitude
Liverpool: Kolo Toure Addition to Help Reds Defence Find Their Voice Liverpool ’s Premier League season wasn ’t impressive enough for it to have a clear, discernible turning point, but one of the most important came on a January afternoon at home to Norwich City . It wasn ’t the 5-0 win over a relegation-threatened side?the second time that the Reds had put five goals past the Canaries over the campaign?that caught the eye, but instead it was a voice at the back ...
June 15, 2013 - Bleacher Report
John Paul Stevens in The Australian Justice Stevens said the death penalty was a "pointless and needless extinction of life with only marginal contributions to any discernible social or public purposes".
Daniel Radcliffe in NBC30.com I was having a hard time at school in terms of being c--p at everything, with no discernible talent,Radcliffe told the paper.