palpable

Part of speech: adverb

Palpably.

Part of speech: adjective

That may be touched or felt; manifest.

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Usage examples "palpable":

  1. It is, however, very evident that ways might be devised, or might arise from accident, of concealing the likeness between the two sounds, or, at any rate, of making it less palpable. - "The English Language", Robert Gordon Latham.
  2. He began to talk without any palpable beginning, and drifted into reminiscence. - "Love and Lucy", Maurice Henry Hewlett.
  3. For a moment I hoped that her surprise might cover my slip, but she was much too acute to pass such a palpable blunder as that. - "The Jervaise Comedy", J. D. Beresford.