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visible

(In full view), adjective clear, distinct, in focus, in full view, in plain sight, in sight, in view, manifest, plain, seeable, showing, viewable, well defined

visible

(Noticeable), adjective apparent, conspicuous, detectable, discernible, observable, perceivable, recognizable
Associated concepts: visible easements, visible mark, visible means of support, visible possession, visible property, visiile risk, visible sign of injury
See also: apparent, appreciable, bodily, clear, coherent, conspicuous, discernible, distinct, evident, extant, flagrant, manifest, naked, obvious, open, ostensible, overt, palpable, patent, perceivable, perceptible, prominent, remarkable, salient, tangible, unmistakable
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I am sorry, Alice, to destroy your faith in the legends of which you are so fond," remarked he; "but my antiquarian researches have long since made me acquainted with the subject of this picture--if picture it can be called--which is no more visible, nor ever will be, than the face of the long buried man whom it once represented.
I could not imagine what might cause this strong lateral flow, for the main channel of the river was plainly visible to me from where I sat, and I could see the rippling junction of it and the mysterious current which had aroused my curiosity.
And here are Moorish women who are enveloped from head to foot in coarse white robes, and whose sex can only be determined by the fact that they only leave one eye visible and never look at men of their own race, or are looked at by them in public.
Everyone got up and began watching the movements of our troops below, as plainly visible as if but a stone's throw away, and the movements of the approaching enemy farther off.
Then he got into the buggy again and took the reins, and the horse at once backed away from the tree, turned slowly around, and began to trot down the sandy road which was just visible in the dim light.
She tried to weary herself into drowsiness by counting over and over again the bunches of roses that were visible from her point of view.
The sudden darkness was comparative, not absolute, for gradually all objects of his environment became again visible.
line of agriculturist which bisected his visible horizon.
The sunshine rests upon his shoulder-straps, lovingly, like a visible benediction.
Two or three farmhouses were visible through the haze, but in none of them, naturally, was a light.
Nature had given him a pendulous lip, and a too visible line of yellow and irregular teeth, which he strove feebly to conceal by constantly passing his hand over the lower part of his face.
Now if this were the case with the earth-- if, for example, Europe never saw the moon, and she was only visible at the antipodes, imagine to yourself the astonishment of a European on arriving in Australia.

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