Definition of perceptibility in US English:

perceptibility

noun

  • See perceptible

    • ‘As she has convincingly argued, this move is a necessary one if we are to understand not only contemporary perception but also critical perceptibility.’
    • ‘But nothing in this story is entirely clear; his unhappiness, his decision to leave, his feelings about Venice and about being away from his family - they are on the vanishing point of perceptibility.’
    • ‘If television is the box that cuts viewers off from the outside world - as he maintains in the following interview - the hope is that perceptibility is not completely lost.’
    • ‘More than half a century later, perceptibility remains an issue with physicists.’
    • ‘When evaluating a floor for vibration perceptibility, the designer should assume lower floor loadings than are required in designing for structural strength.’

Pronunciation

perceptibility

/pərˌsɛptəˈbɪlədi//pərˌseptəˈbilədē/