Examples of indiscernible in a Sentence
Hidden under vines and moss, the crumbling wall was almost indiscernible.
a change made for indiscernible reasons
Those who work today, building on these undeniable triumphs of the past, are trying now to catch and snare the indiscernible, ever outward-spreading ripples of idiom and neologism and slang and linguistic invention by which the English language expands and changes, … —“Epilogue: And Always …” P. 250, THE MEANING OF EVERYTHING, Simon Winchester, Oxford Univ. Press 423 W72M 2003
Recent Examples of indiscernible from the Web
Though some animals, like ants and crickets, can detect these patterns, polarization is practically indiscernible to the naked human eye.
Ignoring the absence of any mention of climate change, that stance is nearly indiscernible from that of some Democrats.
That indiscernible length of armpit hair like stubble.
Like this indiscernible pattern, red hair’s fiery reputation is difficult to analyze, one even Anne of Green Gables could not escape.
Experience your acute awareness of nearly indiscernible animal calls, the pulsing rhythm of flapping wings.
As with nearly every flagship phone out there nowadays, pixels are indiscernible on the One’s generous display.
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INDISCERNIBLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of indiscernible for English Language Learners
: impossible to see, hear, or know clearly
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