Definition of palpable in English:

palpable

Line breaks: palp|able
Pronunciation: /ˈpalpəb(ə)l
 
/

adjective

Derivatives

palpability

Pronunciation: /-ˈbɪlɪti/
noun
More example sentences
  • In an open voice the narrator implores the reader to ‘Come along,’ to enter the ‘wind’ that sweeps over the cane, to become part of this vision based on an almost physical palpability.
  • This has led to a dramatic improvement in palpability.
  • Some of the new fillers are more permanent, but there have been issues with palpability.

palpably

adverb
More example sentences
  • It may be fanciful to suggest that the men in red will succeed at Kingsholm, where so many themselves included have so palpably failed over the years.
  • What is the point of bankrolling an economic model that is so palpably failing?
  • In an article published on January 22, the Times wondered why the union was pursuing such a palpably failing strategy.

Origin

late Middle English: from late Latin palpabilis, from Latin palpare 'feel, touch gently'.

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