- capable of being determined.
- Law. subject to termination.
Origin of determinable
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Examples from the Web for determinable
Ties were broken by the amount of taxes owed, if determinable, or by fine levied.America's Tax Cheating Politicians
The Daily Beast
April 15, 2011
The first of all is expressed in the position that there is a determinable Law of Nature.Ancient Law
Sir Henry James Sumner Maine
It is, relatively to new states or conditions, determining, but not determinable.The Critique of Pure Reason
Mathematically, it was determinable when it wouldn't rise at all.The Impossible Voyage Home
Floyd L. Wallace
The mental laws are as fixed and as determinable as the laws of physics.
In other words, with an indeterminable future it has had a determinable past.Studies in the Out-Lying Fields of Psychic Science
- able to be decided, fixed, or found out
- law liable to termination under certain conditions; terminable
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