imperceptibly

Unnoticeably vs Imperceptibly - What's the difference?

unnoticeably | imperceptibly |


As adverbs the difference between unnoticeably and imperceptibly

is that unnoticeably is in an unnoticeable manner while imperceptibly is not noticeably, too small to be detected, too little to be perceived.

Imperceptibly vs Gradual - What's the difference?

imperceptibly | gradual |


As an adverb imperceptibly

is not noticeably, too small to be detected, too little to be perceived.

As an adjective gradual is

proceeding by steps or small degrees; advancing step by step, as in ascent or descent or from one state to another; regularly progressive; slow.

As a noun gradual is

(roman catholic church) an antiphon or responsory after the epistle, in the mass, which was sung on the steps, or while the deacon ascended the steps.

Imperceptibly vs Imperceptively - What's the difference?

imperceptibly | imperceptively |


As adverbs the difference between imperceptibly and imperceptively

is that imperceptibly is not noticeably, too small to be detected, too little to be perceived while imperceptively is (proscribed) imperceptibly.

Imperceptibly vs Subtly - What's the difference?

imperceptibly | subtly |


As adverbs the difference between imperceptibly and subtly

is that imperceptibly is not noticeably, too small to be detected, too little to be perceived while subtly is with subtleness, in a subtle manner with cleverness rather than brute force.

Imperceptibly vs Imperceptible - What's the difference?

imperceptibly | imperceptible |


As an adverb imperceptibly

is not noticeably, too small to be detected, too little to be perceived.

As an adjective imperceptible is

not perceptible, not detectable, too small in magnitude to be observed.

Perceived vs Imperceptibly - What's the difference?

perceived | imperceptibly |


As a adjective perceived

is generally recognized to be true.

As a verb perceived

is (perceive).

As a adverb imperceptibly is

not noticeably, too small to be detected, too little to be perceived.

Detected vs Imperceptibly - What's the difference?

detected | imperceptibly |


As a adjective detected

is referring to something that has been noticed.

As a verb detected

is (detect).

As a adverb imperceptibly is

not noticeably, too small to be detected, too little to be perceived.

Noticeably vs Imperceptibly - What's the difference?

noticeably | imperceptibly |


As adverbs the difference between noticeably and imperceptibly

is that noticeably is (manner) in a noticeable way while imperceptibly is not noticeably, too small to be detected, too little to be perceived.

Imperceptibly vs Insinuate - What's the difference?

imperceptibly | insinuate |


As a adverb imperceptibly

is not noticeably, too small to be detected, too little to be perceived.

As a verb insinuate is

(rare) to creep, wind, or flow into; to enter gently, slowly, or imperceptibly, as into crevices.

Imperceptibly vs Instantaneous - What's the difference?

imperceptibly | instantaneous |


As a adverb imperceptibly

is not noticeably, too small to be detected, too little to be perceived.

As a adjective instantaneous is

occurring]], [[arise|arising, or functioning without any delay; happening within an imperceptibly brief period of time.