destructible

[ dih-struhk-tuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF destructible

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He was as new as an overnight daisy, and as destructible in Rosella's hands.

Spirit which is eternal had produced matter which is destructible.

According to the principles of the law of the conservation of energy, heat is not destructible.

But all of them that were destructible had been devoured by hungry flames.

Annihilation, he says, is impossible, because nothing is destructible.

By Shermans order, everything on the plantation movable or destructible was carried away next day, or destroyed.

Almost everything within the range of the combatants that was destructible has perished—and has perished beyond repair.

The processes depending on the foreconscious system are destructible in a different way.

The character and influence of an ancient family are a peculiar heritage--sacred, but destructible.

The Form or Essence in the first meaning, is neither generable nor destructible; in the second meaning it is both.

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