Definition of 'imperceptible'
Example sentences containing 'imperceptible'
She was hurt and insulted and angry but at the same time an imperceptible, almost subliminal lightness had begun to form around her heart.SANDS OF TIME (2003) DOUBLE DECEIT (2003) DOUBTING THOMAS (2003)
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