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It was not thinkable that any magic at all could be worked by a fur coat or even by the foresight that had provided it.
It is sufficient for him to know that his creations are thinkable.
THE MYSTERY OF SPACEROBERT T. BROWNE
When the race dies, in no thinkable way can we say that it will live at all.
IS LIFE WORTH LIVING?WILLIAM HURRELL MALLOCK
Nevertheless the anarchism of Tolstoy offers us a programme which is hardly thinkable.
THE CHURCH AND MODERN LIFEWASHINGTON GLADDEN
It is thinkable only as a requirement136 made by rational intelligence for fitting conduct among personal agents.
THEORETICAL ETHICSMILTON VALENTINE
The scene is terrible in its scarcely thinkable distress, but it is not horrible, as some would have it to be.
Is it not thinkable that they are able to detect, in the gaseous atmosphere, floating particles that are not gaseous?
Such comfortableness went too deep, was too much settled, too heavy, to make it thinkable that it should ever really be disturbed.
IN THE MOUNTAINSELIZABETH VON ARNIM
For the life of no kind of living soul is thinkable or conceivable apart from the unfathomable duality.
THE COMPLEX VISIONJOHN COWPER POWYS
It is not requisite that one actually think them; it is sufficient that they be in themselves thinkable.
THE REFORM OF EDUCATIONGIOVANNI GENTILE

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