dividable

ADJECTIVE
  1. can be divided usually without leaving a remainder
    15 is dividable by 3
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How To Use dividable In A Sentence

  • The contemporary innovation of learning, as an undividable aspect of social progression, has been the motive force of the development of society.
  • The property is subdividable into seven or eight lots, and it comes with few restrictions. Boston.com Most Popular
  • Grateful to own their homes, maybe a bit too hopeful about the weather, these newcomers tended to see the land as subdividable, not hallowed. The Unclosed Circle
  • A comparable home on a subdividable block in Casino is on the market for $258,000. northernstar.com.au: The Northern Star
  • The most distinguishing feature of his theory of sovereignty is that sovereignty is dividable. This theory lead him pa attention to human rights.
  • The plurality of individual DMOS transistor cells is dividable into peripheral transistor cells and interior transistor cells.
  • 15 is dividable by 3
  • The second and equally deep strand ” and here I think we do know where it came from ” was his total love of the idea of a field: the following of physical phenomena in minute and infinitely subdividable detail in space and in time. On Albert Einstein
  • This historic three-story, shingle-style manor sits on 10.37 subdividable acres. Money's Worth: Where You Can Keep Your Yacht Close at Bay
  • That integer is both dividable by two and three, thus, dividable by six.
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