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exponible

[ik-spoh-nuh-buh l] /ɪkˈspoʊ nə bəl/ Logic.
adjective
1.
(of a proposition) requiring an expanded and revised statement to remove some obscurity.
noun
2.
an exponible proposition.
Origin of exponible
1560-1570
From the Medieval Latin word expōnibilis, dating back to 1560-70. See expound, -ible
Related forms
nonexponible, adjective
unexponible, adjective
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  • A Compound Proposition, reducible to two or more simple ones, is said to be exponible.

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