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Definition of "expressible" [ex•press•i•ble]

  • Able to be expressed. (adjective)

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Use "expressible" in a sentence
  • "It was a condition not to be expressed by such terms as a gratified church might have been able to concede -- by some elevation to a higher sphere of influence or other worldly favour; it was a figure baldly commercial, expressible, that is, in pounds, shillings and pence."
  • "It was a "microblogging" service that allowed one to broadcast one's thoughts to the world, on one condition: that they should be expressible in not more than 140 characters."
  • "Absolute truth is only expressible via metaphor and stylistic sophistication (profound simplicity)."