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- adj. Able to be seen; visible
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being seen; to be seen.
- n. That which is to be seen.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. capable of being seen; or open to easy view
I like visual spectacle, and when I pay ridiculous amounts of money to see a movie in a theatre, I don't want talking heads and romantic confessions; I want to see something that is not seeable the same way anywhere else.
When you have seen the un-seeable, painting reality becomes excruciating.
The only profit that insurance companies will make for the for-seeable future is from denying claims.
SILVERMAN: What excites Zito about the potential of 3-D for religion is that the technology allows us to see the un-seeable.
I mean, Clerks II still had some jive in it, some force that made it seeable (viewable, whatever).
Silhouetted depictions of horrible things being done to patients by un-seeable evil forces.
Surely it is self evident that something infinitely important and transcendent is missing from contemporary human existence, It may be subtle and seeable only out of the corners of our eye, but it's just not there.
For one it is all foreskin-no seeable "shaft" if you will.
What that will do to the concept of education or the concept of knowledge or human interactions it is just not seeable yet.
We hope to continue boring you for the fore seeable future.