Definition of imperceptibility in English:

imperceptibility

noun

  • See imperceptible

    • ‘Unfortunately, high payload has to be achieved at the expenses of imperceptibility as well.’
    • ‘Finally, we will investigate the tradeoffs among data imperceptibility, data hiding capacity, and probabilities of extraction errors in different applications.’
    • ‘Can you pay the price for risking perception and imperceptibility?’
    • ‘Originally, it was nothing in the sense of an imperceptibility of all things, because space, time and objectivity of things were all comprehended in the bosom of what are called the ‘original waters’, the ‘cosmic waters’, a symbology which is familiar to all religious and mystical doctrines.’
    • ‘Luckily for you, you have your own form of imperceptibility that works without magic or cutting-edge technology, since it's based entirely on your own sense of timing, tact and gut instinct.’

Pronunciation

imperceptibility

/ɪmpəˌsɛptɪˈbɪlɪti/