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  • Its song is particularly noticeable at night because few other birds are singing.
  • The party subsequently gained a new and noticeable role in the government decision-making process.
  • The most noticeable effect is that green is produced when yellow and blue are mixed.
  • After using the service, members can leave a noticeable reference about their host or guest.
  • However, in practice, blood pressure is considered too low only if noticeable symptoms are present.
  • This change greatly improved the overall sound design of the system and was very noticeable.
  • Usually noticeable hearing loss begins at middle-age, but can start much sooner.
  • Others may have no noticeable effect on the character's status.
  • It can be present for a long time without producing any noticeable symptoms.
  • University degree programs for computer-related careers saw a noticeable drop in new students.
  • Over the long term, these cost differences can compound into a noticeable difference.
  • A low but noticeable ridge runs through the center of the city.
  • Another finding showed a noticeable difference between boys and girls with some exceptions.
  • Other noticeable remains are the two gas stations and several churches.
  • The climate of inland areas is more noticeable the further north-east into the region.
  • However, there has still been a noticeable decline in some areas.
  • This new attempt to build a voter base did not meet with any noticeable success.
  • There is a noticeable difference between the two sides of town.
  • The most noticeable is the long scar running down his left eye, which we have no idea how.
  • But perhaps most easily noticeable are the differences in subject matter.
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Meaning of noticeable

  • adjective Capable or worthy of being perceived
    noticeable shadows under her eyes, noticeable for its vivid historical background, a noticeable lack of friendliness