Example sentences for: discernible

How can you use “discernible” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • It is unfortunate, therefore, that we were tricked into publishing the highly biased opinions of Mr. Cramer, a man of no discernible qualifications whatsoever--beyond extensive experience in both business and journalism, a brilliant track record on Wall Street, and a lively writing style, that is.

  • Leaving aside such fully assimilated German words as pretzel and strudel (and the fact that new meanings have been attached to them), the mutated Yiddish terms represent, for one thing, the only discernible ethnic orientation in the vocabulary and are thus by their very appearance a form of highlighting.

  • During the 1970s, Ekman developed a method called the Facial Action Coding System (FACS) to measure "all visually discernible facial movement."

  • There could be many influences on what is happening and these influences could interact in nonlinear ways such that a unit of change in the input can be associated with quite different changes in the output, sometimes increasing it, sometimes decreasing it, and sometimes having no discernible effect.

  • There's no discernible reason why they should suspect him of, as they put it, "playing for the pink team."


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