Definition of "distinguishability" [distinguishability]
The state of being distinguishable.(noun)
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Use "distinguishability" in a sentence
"It first makes possible the terms that are distinguished in their distinguishability."
"The sense in which the existence of something answering to a definite description used for the purpose of identifying reference, and its distinguishability by an audience from anything else, is presupposed and not asserted in an utterance containing such an expression, so used, stands absolutely firm, whether or not one opts for the view that radical failure of the presupposition would deprive the statement of a truth-value."
"For non-fuels, chemical exergy is a measure of distinguishability from the surroundings."