observable

[ uh b-zur-vuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF observable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OBSERVABLE

Between the "wondering" and the noun there had been an observable pause.

On the 15th of September, 17—, an unusual stir was observable in our village.

The only other observable symptom was slightly increased thirst.

It is observable that he does not absolutely deny that there is an opposite of Being.

A tendency to a paradoxical manner of statement is also observable.

An appearance of life and bustle was observable about the boat.

The same difference is observable between the child and the adult.

It was observable that the men with the rifles did not lift their eyes from him.

His method is not observable in any of the text-books of that date.

For all that, a hankering after Beaurepaire was observable in her.

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