Definition of noticeable in English:

noticeable

adjective

  • 1Easily seen or noticed; clear or apparent.

    ‘a noticeable increase in staff motivation’
    • ‘There has been a noticeable increase in the number of Israeli-based companies coming to the market.’
    • ‘He said there was a noticeable increase in caution among people searching for a property to buy.’
    • ‘Even more noticeable was the fact that no clear message came out of the anniversary.’
    • ‘A rapid but noticeable change in atmosphere stirs me from my inspection.’
    • ‘More noticeable is the fact that he is obviously so much happier, and he has started being playful again.’
    • ‘As the wine warms the bouquet will become much more noticeable and the flavours apparent.’
    • ‘It's eating away the land and this has been particularly noticeable over the last five years.’
    • ‘He believes it is unlikely, in the Western world, to result in a noticeable increase in either baby boys or girls.’
    • ‘What was noticeable this year was the increase in the number of Thai families that attended.’
    • ‘Molloy said since the car park came into being there had been a noticeable increase in traffic on the road.’
    • ‘There has also been a noticeable change in the children, observes Donald.’
    • ‘It is noticeable how instinctively, how easily, she establishes connections and rapport.’
    • ‘Teachers claim the activities have had a noticeable effect on improved pupil behaviour and attendance.’
    • ‘The only noticeable increases are in the levels of crime and corruption, both of which continue to grow steadily.’
    • ‘The single, most noticeable effect the drug caused was an astounding increase in sexual desire.’
    • ‘There is a noticeable increase in confidence among staff who have been able to come back to work holding their heads high.’
    • ‘Finally, a lot of staff spend a noticeable amount of time chatting to colleagues.’
    • ‘There's a distinct bite to the air now, most noticeable in the early morning and in the late afternoon.’
    • ‘The most noticeable occasion was when two actors stood in arrested motion as they came through some swing doors.’
    • ‘However, there was no noticeable increase in security checks on members of the media.’
    perceptible, discernible, detectable, distinguishable, observable, perceivable, visible, easily seen, appreciable, recognizable, notable, measurable
    distinct, evident, obvious, apparent, manifest, patent, plain, clear, clear-cut, marked, significant, conspicuous, unmistakable, undeniable, palpable, pronounced, decided, prominent, salient, striking, arresting
    sensible
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    1. 1.1Noteworthy.
      ‘a noticeable new phenomenon’
      • ‘It is noticeable that the difference between the old and young groups was retained.’
      • ‘In recent times, the company has been noticeable by its absence in the PR world.’
      • ‘I found no noticeable flavour difference from the rest of Tetley's un-organic range.’
      • ‘The second noticeable phenomenon is the appearance of emotional patriotism.’
      • ‘There was no noticeable difference in survival rates between flies from the two crosses.’
      • ‘One of the noticeable differences is that the skill level depends on your level of thinking and is not as reliant on speed of hand.’
      • ‘No noticeable difference was found in tubular effects between the two groups.’
      • ‘What was most noticeable about this unusual creature was its several antennae, twice as long as its body.’
      • ‘The most noticeable interior feature of the Malibu is its ample interior space.’
      • ‘Of course, while the colour is a big change, the most noticeable difference is the physical size of the paper.’
      • ‘Perhaps the most noticeable exhibits were the sleek and powerful desktop computers.’
      • ‘Certainly, such a flaw was not unique to Baddiel's Syndrome but it was particularly noticeable here.’
      • ‘One of the more noticeable changes has been his ability to stay away from off-speed pitches.’
      • ‘But it does not produce very noticeable changes.’
      • ‘The complaints have become particularly noticeable in the past three months.’
      • ‘The most noticeable difference initially, for obvious reasons, is the weather.’
      • ‘One of the most noticeable differences is that the Chester walls make a virtually complete circuit of the city.’
      • ‘As it happened, neither discipline represented a noticeable difference in the final marks.’
      • ‘But he said there had been noticeable differences on bus runs where pupils acted as bus monitors.’
      • ‘The really noticeable difference in midweek, however, came off the pitch rather than on it.’

Pronunciation:

noticeable

/ˈnōdəsəb(ə)l/