knowable[ noh-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF knowable
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR KNOWABLE
The Universe, knowable and unknowable, will it be affected a whit by it?
I'd ruther think He can do what's doable an' know what's knowable.
The knowable world of yellow lights and security was far away.
There was no knowable pattern about them—about what they did or said.
Perhaps not much of knowable that deserves anywhere to be known.
It may be knowable the next time I come to cross roads which I shall take.
Things-plus-me is the only knowable, and consequently the only 'ignorable.'
In every other place that which is fact is opposed to what is knowable by pure reason.
(The unknown God is said to be knowable and obtainable by yoga only).
Only the knowable can be the object of knowledge, only the thinkable the object of thought.