Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Capable of being weighed.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Capable of being weighed.

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  • adjective heavy enough to be weighed

Etymologies

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Examples

  • We had caught 2 nice makos early that morning but neither were weighable fish, then the blue sharks moved in, it was one after another for hours.

    100-Pound Blue Shark Caught on Barbie Rod

  • We had caught 2 nice makos early that morning but neither were weighable fish, then the blue sharks moved in, it was one after another for hours.

    100-Pound Blue Shark Caught on Barbie Rod

  • Science studies phenomena in the material world, the realm of the measurable and weighable, while spirituality and true religion draw their inspiration from experiential knowledge of the aspect of the world that Jungians refer to as "imaginal," to distinguish it from imaginary products of individual fantasy or psychopathology.

    Stanislav Grof, M.D., Ph.D.: Science and Spirituality: Observations from Modern Consciousness Research

  • This is a very sad time for all Christians, because we have suffered a loss that is not weighable.

    Gene Scott, RIP - BatesLine

  • Good clay was valuable, and a careful accounting was made of every weighable scrap of it.

    Joust

  • "Not a hand, my own or anybody else's, weighty or weighable, shall touch me," said Sancho.

    Don Quixote

  • Wisdom is not weighable, nor is it easily stained and seen under a microscope.

    THE HIDDEN FACE OF GOD

  • Wisdom is not weighable, nor is it easily stained and seen under a microscope.

    THE HIDDEN FACE OF GOD

  • Measurable by him who hath time, weighable by a good weigher, attainable by strong pinions, divinable by divine nut – crackers: thus did my dream find the world: —

    Thus spake Zarathustra; A book for all and none

  • This shows to what extent even the scientifically untrained consciousness in our time turns instinctively to the tangible or weighable side of nature, so that some effort is required to confess simply to what the eye and the other senses perceive.

    Man or Matter

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