Definition of noticeable in English:

noticeable

Syllabification: no·tice·a·ble
Pronunciation: /ˈnōdəsəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

1Easily seen or noticed; clear or apparent: a noticeable increase in staff motivation
More example sentences
  • As the wine warms the bouquet will become much more noticeable and the flavours apparent.
  • There is a noticeable increase in confidence among staff who have been able to come back to work holding their heads high.
  • The only noticeable increases are in the levels of crime and corruption, both of which continue to grow steadily.
Synonyms
1.1Noteworthy: a noticeable new phenomenon
More example sentences
  • The second noticeable phenomenon is the appearance of emotional patriotism.
  • But he said there had been noticeable differences on bus runs where pupils acted as bus monitors.
  • One of the noticeable differences is that the skill level depends on your level of thinking and is not as reliant on speed of hand.

Derivatives

noticeably

adverb
More example sentences
  • Most of the remainder, particularly Kirsty, had noticeably improved their behaviour.
  • She watched the expression in his eyes noticeably soften in reaction to her gentle contact.
  • The inside of the house is now very noticeably quieter than it's ever been in our time.

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