Something that can be quantified; a measurable.(noun)
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Use "quantifiable" in a sentence
"I think human misery is essentially impossible to measure in quantifiable terms, so comparing 1838 to 1898 will likely remain more at the level of discussion and opinion, however, it remains my firm conviction that a society with even well treated slaves is one that requires change, even if the formerly well treated slaves find themselves in a worse situation."
"If you want to put it in quantifiable terms, you must integrate the product of a woman’s capacity to attract a mate and her ability to evaluate a mate over the time interval."
"In "Hard Times," Dickens dismisses the claim of the utilitarian social scientists to understand man's fate through statistics, as if the quantifiable were the only real "fact" about our lives."