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- (psychology) A sensation (sight, sound, etc) that is perceived but not registered because it is too insignificant, such as the sound of each raindrop hitting a roof.
- 2013, D.A. Anapolitanos, Leibniz: Representation, Continuity and the Spatiotemporal:
- Petite perceptions, though insensible, have an overall effect.