Definition of discernibly in English:

discernibly

adverb

  • See discernible

    • ‘This silence, discernibly due to information poverty, points to the urgency for an informed and sustained debate about the issue of genetically manipulating food products.’
    • ‘The third element is the element of dissatisfaction which, although discernibly separate, is really running together, in our submission, in tandem with the concept of a person being affected.’
    • ‘While his text presents scenes in the North, the South, the city, and the country, these spaces are not presented as discernibly different.’
    • ‘However, later cases take a discernibly different approach.’
    • ‘Having said that, it is true that you can find tights for most requirements, and their quality has improved discernibly.’

Pronunciation

discernibly

/dɪˈsəːnɪb(ə)li/