Examples of invisible in a Sentence
a thriller about an invisible man
With the telescope we can see details of the planet's surface that are ordinarily invisible.
She feels as if her success is being blocked by an invisible barrier.
Homelessness is no longer an invisible problem for this city.
Recent Examples of invisible from the Web
Since being invisible in the season’s first two weeks, LaGarrette Blount has rushed for 67, 136, 74 and 67 yards in the Eagles’ four-game win streak.
That coloration makes them almost invisible in the water, a perfect camouflage against the mottled background of rocks and gravel and shadows.
The vast ocean of air above us is constantly on the move, invisible but dynamic.
Because the proteins consist of a highly repetitive sequence of small amino acids, they are said to be virtually invisible to the immune system.
Noticing, remembering, delegating, anticipating — these are all invisible but essential pieces of the running of a home.
Some feelings stay invisible, deepening and developing quietly inside you.
Once stopped, Reagan apparently stopped broadcasting and is now invisible on the AIS system.
Just one mile from Killin’s center, Finlarig Castle stands nearly invisible, hidden by a century’s worth of birch and sycamore trees.
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Origin and Etymology of invisible
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
Synonymsdiscreet, inconspicuous, unobtrusive, unnoticeable
Antonymsconspicuous, noticeable, visible
Related Wordsunnoticed, unremarked, unseen; impalpable, imperceptible, inappreciable, indistinguishable, insensible; faint, indistinct, obscure; concealed, hidden
Near Antonymsarresting, eye-catching, showy, striking; flashy, loud, noisy; apparent, clear, discernible (also discernable), distinct, evident, manifest, obvious, patent, plain, prominent, unmistakable; blatant, flagrant, glaring, gross, screaming
Definition of invisible
- … the significant aspect of his reign, its failure of concern for the religious crisis, has been overlooked as the invisibles of history usually are.
- —Barbara W. Tuchman
- "There are too many invisibles in the ad business. It depends too much on intangible relationships and chemistry."
- —Helen Ver Standig
First Known Use of invisible
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