undiscernable

See: impalpable
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It may be unavoidable but it's often uninteresting, undiscernable from the year before or the year after.
There were dimmed lights, fireworks, something almost undiscernable from Commissioner David Stern, a little verse from Phil Jackson, hugs, a surprising song from that famous Los Angeles singer, Seal, and of course, the banner and rings.
Incense is used abundantly every few minutes throughout the service, but it is a light, almost undiscernable, incense.