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Definition of Enlargeable
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Literary usage of Enlargeable
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1. The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature by Tobias George Smollett (1815)
"... idea that a Russian Bishopric is no bad tiling, intend us to understand that the limits of Russia are enlargeable at the sacred mandate of her Ruler ? ..."
2. Journal by Chartered Insurance Institute, Australian Insurance Institute (1906)
"This usually takes the form of a long-term enlargeable insurance with the option of transfer to any Term ordinary Table without medical re-examination, ..."
3. An Oration, Delivered Before the Authorities of the City of Boston, July 4, 1842 by Horace Mann (1842)
"As the race multiplies, and the un-enlargeable tenement becomes crowded, mankind must obviously live together, either as secial beings, or as cannibals—for ..."
4. The Visions of England by Francis Turner Palgrave (1881)
"It is common to the Fine Arts, that the more large or enlargeable are their technical powers, the more rigidly must the artist restrain himself in the use ..."
5. The Jurist, Or, Quarterly Journal of Jurisprudence and Legislation by William S. Hein & Company (1828)
"Publication should therefore be enlargeable by rule or order (01 perhaps the original rule itself should not expire) till the first day of the succeeding ..."