- capable of being thought; conceivable.
- that may be considered as possible or likely.
Origin of thinkable
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Examples from the Web for thinkable
“Things that would have been politically unthinkable 20 years ago are now thinkable,” Lytton said.Will the Cardinal Be Indicted?
June 2, 2010
In fact, every thinkable way of serving fish is herein described.American Cookery
Or, as the law says, how can we think on what is not thinkable?A Lecture On Heads
Geo. Alex. Stevens
Nonentities are not perceivable, and therefore not thinkable.
Nothing is either known to us or thinkable by us except will and idea.
And while that is lacking my life with you is not thinkable.The Last Days of Tolstoy</p>
V. G. Chertkov
- able to be conceived or considered; possible; feasible
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