- capable of being determined.
- Law. subject to termination.
Origin of determinable
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Examples from the Web for undeterminable
I sighed inwardly, for this was the outward sign of undeterminable sitting.Southern Lights and Shadows
For an undeterminable length of time, he followed the routines of the bells.The Victor
Whether or not Hal knew was undeterminable from sign or speech of his.The Clarion
Samuel Hopkins Adams
One of the most important yet undeterminable factors of the gravity of snakebite is the amount of venom injected into the victim.
- able to be decided, fixed, or found out
- law liable to termination under certain conditions; terminable
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