Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • etc. See analyzable, etc.

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  • adjective Alternative spelling of analyzable.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • It should be known that the idea that *h₁eǵoh₂ is analysable in this way isn't even my idea and is already accepted by a few linguists.

    Back to business: emphatic particles and verbal extensions

  • I do think this system -- which I'm labelling constraint morality -- is an observable, analysable system of society, something we can find, out in the world, in monotheistic religion (though not only in religion), and in individual believers (though not only in believers), something that is real enough that we can look for cause and effect.

    The Heirs of Job

  • I do think this system -- which I'm labelling constraint morality -- is an observable, analysable system of society, something we can find, out in the world, in monotheistic religion (though not only in religion), and in individual believers (though not only in believers), something that is real enough that we can look for cause and effect.

    Archive 2006-02-01

  • Supervenience on the physical realm is thus a far weaker requirement than that some property should enter into natural laws, say, or be analysable by the methods of the natural sciences.

    Naturalism

  • Even this “soft” behaviourism is bound to fail, however, since mentalistic vocabulary is not analysable or translatable into behavioural statements even if these are allowed to include descriptions of actions.

    Gilbert Ryle

  • Socrates uses the comparison of portraits, whose primary organic components (nose, fingertip, etc.) will be analysable, not into further organic parts, but into directly imitative colours.

    Plato's Cratylus

  • "We received only 162 analysable questionnaires back," he said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • A complex name is analysable sometimes into a predicative description (rhêma) of its object, sometimes into a complete statement (logos) about it.

    Plato's Cratylus

  • No, my argument is that progressives aren't not connecting on a primal level with great masses of people who should be in their camp; that because of this, no matter how smart either the audience is or progressive policies are, they won't be won over; and that this situation is at least analysable and perhaps manageable.

    Archive 2005-05-01

  • Observers of black swans tend to overestimate the analysable and underestimate the non-explainable.

    On the Survival of Rats in the Slush Pile -- Part 1

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