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sense +‎ -able


sensable (comparative more sensable, superlative most sensable)

  1. Capable of being sensed; perceptible, tangible.
    • 2011, E.E. 'Doc' Smith, Stephen Goldin, Getaway World
      Although his mind remained aware that he was physically seated within a sensable booth, all his senses told him that he was experiencing the story that was happening around him.
  2. Misspelling of sensible.
    • 2010, "American" (username), Great, Intellegent Brain Twister, Yahoo Movies, 2010-07-20, accessed on 2011-10-26:
      Put on your thinking cap and go see an intellegent[sic], intensly[sic] well thought out noir/science fiction film with a plot that makes sensable, practical use of phenominal[sic] special effects.