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distinguishable

adjective able to draw a distinccion, able to exercise discretion, ascertainable, capable of being judged, capable of making distinctions, classifiable, definable, demarcation, differentiation, discernment, essentially different, individualized, particularized, recoggized as different, separated, set apart, specified
Associated concepts: distinguishable case law, distinguishhble mark, distinguishable precedence
See also: appreciable, ascertainable, clear, cognizable, conspicuous, determinable, distinct, distinctive, diverse, individual, naked, obvious, particular, peculiar, perceivable, perceptible, ponderable, separate, several, specific, unambiguous, unmistakable
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This sally (which was strictly founded on fact) was received with a general roar, above which, was plainly distinguishable the laughter of Mr Pyke and Mr Pluck, who were, evidently, Sir Mulberry's toads in ordinary.
Great holes and gaps had been worn into the soil, which, being now filled with water from the late rains, were not easily distinguishable even by day; and a plunge into any one of them might have brought down a surer-footed horse than the poor beast now urged forward to the utmost extent of his powers.
The words they uttered were not distinguishable, but they were both the voices of men.
Whatever Kit thought about after this, took some time to think of, for he stood gazing up the lines of shining lamps, long after the chaise had disappeared, and did not return into the house until the Notary and Mr Abel, who had themselves lingered outside till the sound of the wheels was no longer distinguishable, had several times wondered what could possibly detain him.
The taxpayers argued the facts of Canelo were distinguishable from the facts of this case because Canelo carefully screened its contingent fee clients based on the probability of recovery while JMA did not do this and often any recovery was doubtful.
The IRS rejected the taxpayer's argument in TAM 200337012 that his facts were distinguishable from those in Proctor, because the transfer in the TAM was pursuant to a "definitional," not a "formula," clause.
It also makes the tower more of a distinguishable object in its own right, like a chunky bubble-wrapped bauble on a tray.
Fragmented and plotless, the novel concerns a group of Slovenians--scientists, artists, a few barely distinguishable handsome young men--all connected through their sexual encounters.
Others are more subtly so; Duration Piece #5, New York, April 1969, for example, consists of ten nondescript black-and-white photos of Central Park and a text explaining that a picture was taken each time the artist heard a distinguishable bird call.
But other than those differences, identical twin professors Jheem and Rheem Medh offer few distinguishable clues to their students and colleagues at California State University, Northridge, where they teach chemistry and biology.
In his experiments, Mendel examined more than 28,000 pea plants, noting seven traits that each come in two easily distinguishable forms.
The unusual headlight contour is beautifully emphasized, and the 15 lights are clearly distinguishable, enhancing the decidedly dynamic impression that this automobile gives.