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appreciable capable of being perceived, measured, or estimated.
apprehensible able to be perceived or understood.
clear-cut easily perceived; obvious; evident. [1/5 definitions]
cognizable capable of being perceived or known. [1/2 definitions]
come to be perceived by the mind. [1/12 definitions]
continuum a continuous extent or whole, the parts of which cannot be separately perceived. [1/2 definitions]
defensive reflecting a need to protect oneself from a real or perceived attack. [1/6 definitions]
detectable able to be discovered or perceived.
discernible able to be perceived or distinguished.
drown to lessen the perceived loudness of with a louder noise (usu. fol. by "out"). [1/4 definitions]
extrasensory outside of what can be perceived or experienced by the senses.
feeling an impression created by something perceived. [1/10 definitions]
fightorflight response activation of the sympathetic nervous system that occurs in response to a perceived harmful event and readies the body for action.
flavor the quality perceived by the sense of taste. [1/4 definitions]
hacker (informal) a computer programmer who is expert at correcting programs, and who is perceived as an obsessive or reclusive person devoted solely to computers. [1/2 definitions]
hallucination the objects or events so perceived. [1/2 definitions]
heavy (informal) one who is portrayed or perceived as a villain. [1/10 definitions]
heft weight or heaviness, esp. as perceived by lifting. [1/3 definitions]
heir a person perceived as continuing a particular tradition or style. [1/2 definitions]
horizon the juncture of the earth and the sky as perceived by the observer. [1/2 definitions]
illusion something that is mistakenly perceived or thought to exist. [1/4 definitions]