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The tension in the room was palpable. There was a palpable sense of fear. The word palpable is a verb.
He could feel the palpable stone under his feet. This is a sentence which contains the word palpable.
A pregnant women is palpable.
palpable spleen tip
The term palpable means that something can be felt.
The main definition of the word palpable is something that can be felt or touched. The patient had a palpable lump under their skin. The tension in the room between the fans of the opposing teams was palpable.
It was palpable that she was going to escape from the crook that night.
The question was unasked, but palpable in the air above the audience.
There was a palpable heart beat that was felt on his wrist.
Palpable is an adjective. As a noun, playability. As an adverb, palpably.
Examples : "The tension in the room was palpable as we waited for the results to be announced." "There was palpable discontent in the union meeting." Watching the fighter planes streak across the horizon, the civilians felt a moment of palpable terror.
Palpable means capable or able to be felt or touched. It can also mean an intense atmosphere. You could feel the palpable tension in the room.
They were of normal size. A normal-sized spleen and gallbladder are not palpable.
the term for englared or palpable lymph nodes is lymphadenopathy.
Yes ! palpable is an adjective ... it generally means - Capable of being handled, touched, or felt, tangible ; Easily perceived, obvious etc . An expamle of a sentence with the adjective 'palpable' is as given below. ''The growing anger in the Japenese society is so palpable that the ruling class is terrified.''
Although love as a feeling is not palpable, its object almost always is.
I wish they made TV palpable and that people would reproach it first
Palpable means obvious, easily felt. It most often is used as an adjective to add strength to a word that has to do with feeling."Fear swept through the crowd like a palpable wave."
3-4 fifths palpable means that 60% to 80% of the organ can be felt.
After the tenth consecutive hour of Bob's poetry recitation, the audience's boredom was palpable.
Palpable pulses are the tangible heartbeats that can be felt in various arterial sites throughout the body, such as at the wrist and neck.