Looking for the explicable in a case that seems so inexplicable is what the air crash investigators have to do.
All of these phenomena appear, in a word, to be explicable on the ground of development.
Their influence upon her life is explicable alone by the nature of her longings.
His omissions as a correspondent were explicable in a sentence.
A beauty not explicable is dearer than a beauty which we can see to the end of.
The non-existence and the incompleteness of these plays are explicable on other grounds than those of inclination.
Many other facts are, as it seems to me, explicable on this theory.
It was the image of a purely human Christ—a purely human, explicable, yet always wonderful Christianity.
For a month this in explicable crime had been the talk of Paris.
He taught that life was explicable only as a system of ends.
1550s, from or on model of Latin explicabilis "capable of being unraveled, that may be explained," from explicare (see explicit). Middle English had a verb expliken "explain, interpret" (mid-15c.).