identifiable

[ ahy-den-tuh-fahy, ih-den- ]SEE DEFINITION OF identifiable
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And thus comes a long array of signs which are not identifiable always.

It is only in sense-knowledge that the stimulus and what is known are, with qualifications, identifiable.

Mrs. Doherty's were identifiable by the high-heeled print of one shoe, and the stocking print of the other foot.

Recognition indicates only that an object has sufficiently impressed a mind to keep it known and identifiable.

Records have been maintained on the number of identifiable humpbacks seen in these waters including Glacier Bay.

In the deeper part of the deposit (below 12 inches) identifiable shell remains were absent.

At such times all that would be identifiable of the "Wampa" would be her rocking spiral masts.

Three are intermediate in size and therefore not identifiable with certainty.

The central monarchy comes over the edge of history as an identifiable institution.

These new names are far too numerous to be of any practical utility, even were each one identifiable with a particular fixed tint.

WORD ORIGIN

1804, from identify + -able. Related: Identifiably.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR IDENTIFIABLE

traceable

adjectivecapable of being traced
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