determinable

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determine +‎ -able

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determinable (comparative more determinable, superlative most determinable)

  1. able to be determined or limited
  2. (law) able to be decided or settled by law

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determinable (plural determinables)

  1. (philosophy) An attribute of something that is suceptible of determination into various states
    • 2007 September 5, David Denby, “Generating possibilities”, Philosophical Studies, volume 141, number 2, DOI:10.1007/s11098-007-9159-z: 
      It is certainly not a Moorean fact that there could have been other determinables or combinations of determinables than those that there actually are.