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Definition of "derivable" [de•riv•a•ble]

  • Able to be derived, deducible (adjective)

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Use "derivable" in a sentence
  • "They indicate how carefully the author is thinking about the multiplicity of meanings derivable from the metaphors:"
  • "Instead it was fully comprehensible and derivable from the world such as it looks, "for what is is; and its very existence is necessitated by the fact that it is.""
  • "The truth about Rebecca West, who has written _The Judge_, seems to be dependably derivable from the English _Who's Who_, a standard work always worth consulting."