P He sat up and looked at the kids assembled here, feeling for a moment that he could barely tell them apart.
Americans can barely tell the difference; the Chinese surely can't.
She could barely tell where he was, and he had the partly lit house behind him.
By contrast, you could barely tell that Wisconsin was doing anything different with its uniforms at all.
It can barely tell whether you're moving at all.
Most could barely tell the difference when they thought about it at all.
He wore gray himself, so close to the color of the horse I could barely tell where one ended and the other began.
Driving past it, you could barely tell that there was a house on the overgrown lot at all.
But they can barely tell each other what it was.
We'd barely told them before they swam off, eager to be the first to spread the news.