definable

[ UK /dɪfˈa‍ɪnəbə‍l/ ]
[ US /dɪˈfaɪnəbəɫ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. capable of being defined, limited, or explained
    definable terms
    definable rules
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How To Use definable In A Sentence

  • Eventually almost all postwar writers whose work departs significantly from convention have come to be labeled "postmodernist," a term that has definable meaning but that also has been used as an aid in this lashing-out, a way to further disparage such writers both by lumping them together indiscriminately and by identifying their work as just another participant in literary fashion. Postmodernism
  • definable rules
  • [1] Exemplary as defined through critical reception, financial success and a certain indefinable presence as part of popular culture. Virtual Reality and the First Person Shooter
  • Experienced farmers will blend science, agronomics, economics and field histories with that indefinable intuitive sense and then will decide which crop will do best this year.
  • The lady's clothes seemed to fill the whole carnage, and out of this little padded box there drifted a perfume of orris, an indefinable scent of feminine elegance.
  • He displayed that elusive, indefinable quality: he looked presidential.
  • With this view, there is a definable limit to the information available in the known universe along with the number of "random" trials available to actuate complex objects such as life. Behe
  • She had that indefinable something that went beyond mere sex appeal.
  • And undoubtedly, their mysterious, indefinable quality is the source of their disconcerting power.
  • There's an indefinable air of tension at the meeting.
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