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The rest is boring and predicable to explain in a general way, though often fascinating in practice.
The American press also displayed a predicable range of praise and savagery.
A Gallup poll last week highlighted the sad but predicable racial divide in perceptions of the Martin case.What Got George Zimmerman Charged With Second-Degree Murder|Jelani Cobb|April 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Predicable, pred′i-ka-bl, adj. that may be predicated or affirmed of something: attributable.
Smell a rat also implies a general name, meaning an act or state predicable of many individuals.
In whatever quantity it is contained in the Middle, in that quantity is the predicate of the Middle predicable of it.
He had, therefore, to find out in "lougheth" and "siketh," actions predicable of the love-god.
When one thing is predicated of another, all that which is predicable of the predicate will be predicable also of the subject.The Categories|Aristotle