It turns out that 60 is a wonderful number because it is divisible by one, two, three, four, five, and six.
When the indivisible is present in the divisible, "it is entire in each part," identically and numerically one.
He regarded the datum as divisible into perception and matter.
For the definition is a sort of number, divisible into indivisible units; and the number is so likewise.
Every year of which the figure is divisible by four is a leap-year.
The various groups into which the Carinatae are divisible are shown in the table on pp. 40-42.
We must therefore admit that this form (that resides in bodies) is also divisible.
All wares are divisible into two great classes, viz., transparent porcelain and opaque earthen-ware.
But this assumes that the Form is divisible — or is not essentially One.
Really, according to Spinoza, extension is indivisible, though modally it is divisible.
early 15c., from Old French divisibile, from Late Latin divisibilis, from divis-, past participle stem of Latin dividere (see divide (v.)).