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Noticeable in a Sentence

Examples of noticeable in a sentence

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Below you will find the definition of noticeable, followed by 43 sample sentences (from real sources), gradually increasing in length.


(adjective) - capable or worthy of being perceived

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EXAMPLES - Noticeable in a Sentence

  1. Some psychopaths are more "noticeable" than others. (source)
  2. Breezes are still noticeable from the west at 10 to 20 mph. (source)
  3. The framework document had a "noticeable" quality of thinking, (source)
  4. But the one thing that has been noticeable is Okung's attitude. (source)
  5. Dial brand, said it expected a "noticeable" improvement this year. (source)
  6. A police spokeswoman said it was "noticeable" that the notes were fake. (source)
  7. But I don't think you're going to see any kind of noticeable impact anytime soon. (source)
  8. Our children did not experience any 'noticeable' harmful effects, at least in the short term. (source)
  9. This would leave the game paging from the hard disk resulting in noticeable slower performance. (source)
  10. Hence arise unevenness and harshness in language and expression noticeable in the other Epistles. (source)
  11. However, Fukuda said it was "noticeable" that the cases have cropped up in diverse parts of China. (source)
  12. A small but noticeable improvement in the Japanese economy could bolster Fast Retailing's other rivals. (source)
  13. The research added that LTE deployments will only make a "noticeable" impact in India after this period. (source)
  14. The idea is to induce "noticeable" but not large changes in heart rate and breathing, the guidelines say. (source)
  15. Merida has laws against changing the facade of any building so the remodels are not noticeable from the street. (source)
  16. What's immediately noticeable is the age of his students: they're in their early 20s, but they're studying basic math. (source)
  17. He's just the voice, noticeable primarily in that he is not Mr. Sheppard, who died earlier this month at the age of 99. (source)
  18. Mr. GIBSON: They fit back behind a little commercial strip in an alleyway, but hardly noticeable from the street itself. (source)
  19. He said one new feature which immediately will be noticeable is the addition of three female backup singers to the group. (source)
  20. The last thing she wanted to be was "noticeable" if attracting attention earned her scars like Kit's, but the timing was rotten. (source)
  21. Randy Bishop, co-owner of The Melrose Inn on Seaview Avenue in the Grove, said his business has taken a "noticeable" drop from last year. (source)
  22. In the case of Natascha McElhone's husband, who died suddenly of a heart attack in May 2008, perhaps one of the most noticeable was timing. (source)
  23. What was noticeable from the start was that no evidence was produced in support of this accusation; the thing was simply asserted with an air of authority. (source)
  24. Tucker said it was "noticeable" that in the recent past major banks had invested in "informal institutions" rather than going into that business themselves. (source)
  25. The company's own market research shows what it calls a "noticeable" rise in customers earning over $100,000 a year, though its bread and butter is still in the (source)
  26. Wagner wrote that people should ask themselves whether the "noticeable" increase of natural disasters such as Katrina was a result of pollution caused by humans or the result of (source)
  27. Michael Larabee, who handles letters to the editor, said he also has seen a "noticeable" increase, including "many letters complaining about multiple mistakes in a single story." (source)
  28. It's a racially diverse community, and with many United Nations employees living there including at one point former Secretary-General Kofi Annan it has a noticeable international mix. (source)
  29. I keep reading the sources, when available, of the folks who promote the notion of electronic smog, because I'm inclined to believe there should be some kind of noticeable health effect. (source)
  30. But when any sort of word, especially a word hitherto taboo and therefore noticeable, is scattered across a page like chocolate chips through a tollhouse cookie, a real impropriety occurs. (source)
  31. Perhaps more noticeable is that the younger Santoro seems strangely aloof, as if viewing himself as a journalist requires him to approach the events and revelations that impact his life in that role. (source)
  32. It was almost as if Greenstreet was afraid to have people speaking without music underneath them, and it quickly became the kind of noticeable irritant that-once fixated on it-became impossible to ignore. (source)
  33. Then also in terms of performance at the retail stores, are you seeing any kind of noticeable difference between stores that are in malls and street locations or is it kind of more on a location-by-location basis? (source)
  34. You could use the tripod to just support a mast with a pulley at the top so you can raise and lower wire antennas instead: However that would usually still be "noticeable" and far larger than any sort of TV antenna. (source)
  35. After two long years of economic woes, the recession in the United States has managed to create a few unexpected benefits - namely a noticeable drop in crime - and confound a few economists and criminologists along the way. (source)
  36. Wagner had questioned whether the "noticeable" increase of natural disasters such as Hurricane Katrina - which devastated New Orleans in 2005 - was a result of pollution caused by humans or the result of "spiritual pollution." (source)
  37. You might run into the same problem you have with flu vaccines, you know, where you're going to have problems with patient compliance, you're going to have to get people get them right away to make any kind of noticeable difference. (source)
  38. "Yes, 'noticeable' I admit," replied Professor Moses, "but all the same you wouldn't notice it, because you wouldn't be looking for it unless the nebula were visible first, and even then it would require months of observation to detect the effects. (source)
  39. The reply to this might be that affirmative action programs aren't meant to erase such large scale inequities, but only to supply a comparatively small, but noticeable, number of professionals ( "noticeable" on the assumption that most of them stay close to the impoverished areas). (source)
  40. There may have been 18,000 attacks -- according to my chart, this would be headlined as a "someone's bound to hear about this" number -- in 2006, but the available security detection technology, combined with the fear of bad publicity, allowed only 5,000 ( "noticeable") to be reported. (source)
  41. Most noticeable is Belben's prose style, especially the pervasive, staccato-like dialogue featured in the sections of the novel dedicated to the quest by Griselda Romney, whose own husband was killed in the war, to find Philomena, the horse requisitioned at the beginning of the war who apparently survived it. (source)
  42. The question for Mr. Walder, then, is whether he will ever be able to unshackle himself from fiscal issues sufficiently to install more noticeable, meaningful changes-an undertaking that would take time and money-or will he continue to have to put out these fiscal fires, started long before his arrival, with viciously unpopular actions? (source)
  43. First of all, the print has been neatly scrubbed of any debris, nicks or scratches to nearly pristine levels; aside from a couple of sequences (such as noticeable edge softness during Mario's first scene with Luigi) the end result is a sharp, detail-rich product where small elements such as beads of sweat and tiny smudges of dirt are clear; grayscale is first rate, with healthy, dark blacks, as well. (source)

Sentence Information

The average Flesch reading-ease score of the 43 example sentences provided below is 46.0, which suggests that "noticeable" is a difficult word that tends to be used by individuals of higher education, and is likely found in more advanced literature or in academia.


We have 31 synonyms for noticeable.

apparent, appreciable, arresting, arrestive, big as life, can't miss it, clear, distinct, eye-catching, manifest, marked, notable, noteworthy, observable, obvious, open and shut, outstanding, palpable, patent, perceptible, plain, pointed, prominent, remarkable, salient, sensational, signal, spectacular, striking, under one's nose, unmistakable


We have 25 antonyms for noticeable.

ambiguous, common, doubtful, dubious, forgotten, hidden, imperceptible, inconsequential, inconspicuous, indefinite, indistinct, insignificant, invisible, normal, obscure, ordinary, overlooked, questionable, uncertain, unclear, unimportant, unnoticeable, unremarkable, usual, vague


Pronunciation: (nōˈtĭ-sə-bəl)

Syllabification: no-tice-a-ble


View up to 25 definitions of noticeable from 5 different sources, as well as parts of speech.

from The American Heritage© Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
  1. (adjective) Evident; observable: noticeable changes in temperature; a noticeable lack of friendliness.
  2. (adjective) Worthy of notice; significant.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
  1. (adjective) worthy of note; significant
  2. (adjective) capable of being seen or noticed

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
  1. (adjective) Capable of being observed; worthy of notice; likely to attract observation; conspicuous.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  1. (None) Capable of being noticed or observed.
  2. (None) Worthy of notice or observation; likely to attract attention.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
  1. (adjective) capable or worthy of being perceived
  2. (adjective) undesirably noticeable
  3. (adjective) capable of being detected
  4. (adjective) readily noticed