distinguishable

[ dih-sting-gwish ]SEE DEFINITION OF distinguishable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISTINGUISHABLE

A little to the northward the Ramlat Pass was distinguishable.

Genuine modesty is also distinguishable from extreme bashfulness.

Individual houses were distinguishable, growing larger by degrees.

Among the Young Ones, Lake saw, was a distinguishable difference.

In other words, the two forms of language were not distinguishable.

Of these pijoles there are several varieties, distinguishable chiefly by their colour.

The mandarins were distinguishable only by a button, worn on the top of their mushroom hats.

The whole moving cloud had lowered to a distinguishable distance.

These are distinguishable one from the other mainly by the colour of the beak.

This is distinguishable from the foregoing by its very short tail.

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