capable of being assumed, imagined, or supposed; conceivable: Is it supposable that there could be any constitutional obstacle to the measure?
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How to use supposable in a sentence
They did not deny the existence of just and wise men, but the existence of justice and wisdom, apart from men real or supposable.
It is hardly supposable that this mode of preparation of soil would meet with favor among all farmers.The $100 Prize Essay on the Cultivation of the Potato; and How to Cook the Potato | D. H. Compton and Pierre Blot
Tain't supposable that a woman like Mrs. Came would allow her husband to be in debt to a man like Abner Simpson.New Chronicles of Rebecca | Kate Douglas Wiggin
It is not supposable that he intended a satire upon Babcock's own asceticism, for this would have been a truly cynical stroke.The American | Henry James
But I'm not supposably the kind of priest you mean, and I don't think just such a priest supposable.A Foregone Conclusion | William Dean Howells