Definition of 'observable'
Example sentences containing 'observable'
There were other changes in the town, which were not so observable as the full bars and the bustling Mall.THE GREAT AND SECRET SHOW (2001)
They have no flesh but only bones, and bones rubbing together create only a squeak and some fine white powder, and no observable pleasure.SPLITTING (2001)
In the process the difference between the varieties observable in the use of the Westron has been lessened.THE LORD OF THE RINGS (2001)
Think for yourself and do not be influenced by popular ideas or philosophies that have no basis in observable fact.A FEW SHORT NOTES ON TROPICAL BUTTERFLIES (2001)
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