- capable of being known.
Origin of cognoscible
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Related Words for cognosciblecomprehensible, corporeal, discernible, intelligible, knowing, observant, palpable, patent, perceptible, perspicacious, sensible, sensitive, tangible, translucent, trenchant, cognitive, cognizable, cognoscible, percipient, recognizable
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Historical Examples of cognoscible
The Cognoscible is correlative, not with actual cognition (ἐπιστήμη) but with potential Cognition, or with a potential Cognoscens.
If the features were but cognoscible, no matter whether the flesh resembled flesh, or oilskin.The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb