measurable[ mezh-er-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF measurable
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MEASURABLE
They bring the love with them—not much or little, not measurable, but perfect love.
In Coburn remains a measurable deposit of Quaker Hill population.
It brings him within a measurable distance of a clear conscience.
The ways of Providence are not measurable by our foot rules.
There is no measurable scale for the force of the Seistan winds.
This brought England within a measurable distance of civil war.
They approached with a great and easy speed that was not measurable.
Where by other means this distance is measurable, the length of the light-wave may be deduced.
For later increments the value is measurable, and ever less with the increase.
He was within a measurable distance of being unrecognizable.