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adjective as in determinable

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It is relatively easy to find measurable increases in decoding ability after phonics instruction.

Your clients are investing in your services to see measurable results and a positive return on investment.

Express forecastForecast in detailWe’ll pass the midpoint of January this week, and it’s likely that we’ll have done so without any measurable snow or extreme cold.

The investment fund model also would help build precedent for expecting measurable returns from research—something that is seldom emphasized with grants or other forms of government spending.

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The trail further thickened with two Notre Dame timeouts and one officiating review, making the whole thing seem measurable by sundial.

Direct funds away from practices, policies, and programs that consistently fail to achieve measurable outcomes.

And to be sure, classrooms are seeing measurable improvements under Common Core Standards.

The astronomers found that of the 93 quasars in the sample, 19 exhibited a measurable amount of polarization.

The Sarah Palin Channel, by contrast, had a barely measurable 36,000 visitors in September, according to Quantcast.

These movements sometimes occur despite no measurable blood flow to the brain.

The effect ought to be great enough to be measurable by astronomers in the course of a thousand years.

Was it possible that at last he was actually within measurable distance of the solution of the mystery?

It is characteristic that most of these actions take place at slow, very frequently easily measurable, rates of speed.

Perhaps the greatest amount of variation in the skull is in features which are not readily measurable by the usual physical means.

Hence the mighty spirit of Islam, measurable only by a soul capacity which has never ceased to expand and develop.


On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to measurable, such as: perceptible, quantitative, significant, mensurable, assessable, and calculable.

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