separable

[ sep-er-uh-buh l, sep-ruh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF separable

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These are separable in thought, but united in any act of sensation, reflection, or volition.

These spirits are separable from the material form with which they are clad.

Two stars so close together as to be separable only with a telescope.

It is distinguishable, but not separable, from the spiritual order.

However, it is not well to dwell too much on the separable verbs.

What consists of parts is distinguishable into them, and what is distinguishable is separable.

But as all distinct ideas are separable, it is evident there can be no impossibility of that kind.

What part is not separable so long as the soul is in a body?

In this case, she is "being," and she would be a separable form.

Only soul of this divine quality does he admit to be separable from body.

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