Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being discovered; that may be brought to light, seen, or exposed to view; that may be found out or made known.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Capable of being discovered, found out, or perceived
- adj. capable of being ascertained or found out
- discover + -able (Wiktionary)
“Not sure if having your payment instruments being automatically discoverable is a good thing.”
“The principle of the order in which the Psalms are given to us, though not always discoverable, is in some cases clear, and shows the arrangement to be unmistakably the work of the Spirit, not merely that of the collector.”
“But further (3), if there be some marked diversity of expression discoverable in the two parallel places; and if that diversity has been carefully maintained all down the ages in either place; -- then it may be regarded as certain, on the contrary, that there has not been assimilation; but that this is only one more instance of two Evangelists saying similar things or the same thing in slightly different language.”
“Try playing around with a few reports -- the Analytics interface is specifically designed to be intuitive and "discoverable," so to speak.”
“Is that the same lawyer who claims that company payroll information is "discoverable" i.e. made public as part of the enforcement process?”
“This renders our definition of derivative knowledge less precise than we could wish, since the word 'discoverable' is vague: it does not tell us how much reflection may be needed in order to make the discovery.”
“If it doesn't, check the device to ensure that it's in "discoverable" pairing mode: many phones require you to go to a certain spot in the configuration or settings.”
“Webvisible that promises to make its ads more "discoverable" by online readers.”
“The metadata-complete concept of each individual spec is less helpful given the growing number of specifications that can have class-level "discoverable" annotations.”
“It's fascinating to me these reviews represent peoples 'experiences with the "discoverable" user interface that is Windows Phone 7.”
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