The leader of the five was barely visible behind the light.
In a year it was barely visible from the road.
He took another two steps and stopped, barely visible in the dark.
The new houses would be barely visible from the road, he said.
One is barely visible on the right hand side of the main pool.
The back end of the lieutenant's car was barely visible.
A fire was barely visible under a shelter of some kind.
The tower was on the north west, barely visible from the street.
He looked down into the water, which was barely visible in the mist.
The male figure is barely visible, his head bent over the young woman's left hand.
Its much longer history before the 1880s is hardly visible.
It was hardly visible at all on the screen.
The segments of the swing are hardly visible, if at all.
Without goggles - through her pocket - it was hardly visible.
Its rostral is a little broader than deep and hardly visible from above.
She sat immobile, her hands hardly visible, looking at no one.
The payoff from tax neutrality comes slowly and is hardly visible.
In front of them, hardly visible, stretched a long black kopje.
The other is a small town hardly visible any more from I-95.
The man's ears are hardly visible, can you believe it?
The cat was in the open, his gray fur hardly distinguishable.
It soon established its own organization and meeting houses which were hardly distinguishable from chapels.
Call hardly distinguishable, but tends to be shriller and less loud.
Love of this sort is hardly distinguishable from religious feeling.
It often expressed fear and to its critics seemed hardly distinguishable from magic.
Time seemed to stretch endlessly onward, one hour hardly distinguishable from another.
In reality, her comments were hardly distinguishable from others she made in the past.
These metal contrivances, which seemed fitted to the wall, were hardly distinguishable.
As you surely know, robots are sophisticated today; she is hardly distinguishable from a living person in ordinary interactions.
The lighter was hardly distinguishable from the black water upon which she floated.