Antonyms for derivable

  • inconcludable
  • underivable
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No satisfactory evidence on the point is derivable from published statistics.

No such impression is derivable from the voluminous poetry of Browning.

On the contrary, “just powers” are recognized as derivable from the consent of the people.

Fire is not derivable from truth, nor is brimstone a stimulus to memory.

The Rhinoceroses also would seem to be derivable from the Palaeotheriidae.

So their history is now derivable from other sources, which, at best, are very meagre.

We will now ascertain what sanction to slavery is derivable from these terms.

Such a circumstance, if not derivable from the connotation, is called an Accident.

That he wears a yellow robe is a proprium, derivable from the ceremonial of his court.

But not translatable into any other form of energy because not derivable from any other form.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DERIVABLE

reductive

adjectiveserving to simplify or abridge
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