from The Century Dictionary.
- Capable of being seen; visible.
- Fair or fit to be seen.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Capable of being; visible.
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- adjective Capable of
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And he is said here to "ascend far above all heavens," -- that is, these visible and aspectable heavens, which he passed through when he went into the glorious presence of God, or unto the right hand of the Majesty on high.
Spirit of God, when, by the creation and disposal of the aspectable host of them, he rendered them so glorious and beautiful as we behold.
He it is who in himself has given us a pledge of the capacity of our nature to inhabit those blessed regions of light, which are far above these aspectable heavens.
Our nature in him is passed through these aspectable heavens, and is exalted far above them.
(suspectable), occasionally and alternatively used by husband when having writing to do in connection with equitable druids and friendly or other societies through periods of dire want with comparative plenty (thunderburst, ravishment, dissolution and providentiality) to a sofa allbeit of hoarsehaar with Amodicum cloth, hired payono, still playing off, used by the youngsters for czurnying out oldstrums, three bedrooms upastairs, of which one with fireplace (aspectable), with greenhouse in prospect (par-ticularly perspectable).