Examples from the Web for imitable
Such heroic acts are not imitable but by men furnished with like heroic spirit, and instinct divine.The Divine Right of Church Government|Sundry Ministers Of Christ Within The City Of London
The writing which appears to be most easy, will be generally found to be least imitable.Essays on Various Subjects|Hannah More
Such facilities are afforded to imitative talent, that whatever is imitable will be imitated.Colloquies on Society|Robert Southey
God's procedure when imitable forms a peculiar argument for duty.The Ordinance of Covenanting|John Cunningham
Had not the Monk-life extraordinary 'political capabilities' in it; if not imitable by us, yet enviable?Past and Present|Thomas Carlyle
Word Origin and History for imitable
from French imitable (16c.), from Latin imitabilis "that may be imitated," from imitari (see imitation). Related: Imitability.