attainable

[ uh-tey-nuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF attainable

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If this were not attainable, He would not have set so high a goal.

To him knowledge, if only attainable in this world, is of all things the most divine.

Trustworthy statistics relating to Mexico are not attainable.

These results, however, are also attainable by flashes of genius, and not only by mere science.

A certain degree of attainable good must be kept before them.

Is beauty contrary to law, and grace attainable only through license?

Evening was before them in far-off but attainable perspective.

There were but few who could be so classed; and it was not all of them that were attainable.

Excellence of the highest degree may not be attainable; if not, let us get the best we can.

A moment after nine, and only the black mark was attainable.

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