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- adj. able to be to fathomed
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of being fathomed.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being fathomed or sounded by measurement.
- Capable of being sounded by thought, or comprehended.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (of meaning) capable of being penetrated or comprehended
- adj. (of depth) capable of being sounded or measured for depth
He thinks it's just a failure to speak in fathomable language, an unthinking capitulation to the professionalization of academic discourse.
This test question is only fathomable when one connects that it's also the name of the UVA men's athletic teams.
Is the multiple cover thingy any more fathomable to you than it is to a reader?
For reasons fathomable only to those who live in that city, the Senate decided to debate the theory of relativity.
All of the ostensible scoundrels are scoundrels to the core, and their scheming, both inter- and intra-clan, is Byzantine to the point of being barely fathomable.
He hated Reynold in every fathomable way, so much that it made him sick on a daily basis and had stolen away all of his sex drive.
In a democracy, or a representative republic, that particular fear is the most illegitimate ground fathomable for keeping information secret.
Underneath there are stories that are not fathomable.
At the core of Job's message is that not everything is fathomable to mere mortals and that reward and punishment is not a simplistic formula that can be used to explain suffering.
I want a big, fat, dark line between images, drawn or digital, that make past warfare fathomable and those that make current warfare palatable.