Definition of Frameable

1. Adjective. Suitable for framing. ¹

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Definition of Frameable

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Frameable

frame ball
frame balls
frame buffer
frame buffers
frame counter
frame counters
frame dragging
frame house
frame in
frame of mind
frame of reference
frame rate
frame saw
frame up
frame work knitter
frameable (current term)
framebuffer
framebuffers
framed
framed decision
frameless
framer
framers
frames
frames of mind
frames of reference
frames per second
frameset
framesets
frameshift

Literary usage of Frameable

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The New England Farmer by Samuel W. Cole (1861)
"You would dispose of them far more profitably and to your best advantage, were you to frame them, granting they were frameable, in splendid frames, ..."

2. Insurance and Crime: A Consideration of the Effects Upon Society of the by Alexander Colin Campbell (1902)
"Had it been shown, or even stated; yes, had it even been properly inferable from the Committee's report that the harm done to the community by any frameable ..."

3. The Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity by Richard Hooker (1888)
"The cause of which their disposition so un- frameable unto societies wherein they live, is for that they discern not aright what place and force these ..."

4. Outlines of Cosmic Philosophy, Based on the Doctrine of Evolution: With by John Fiske (1874)
"An axiom which lies below all frameable propositions cannot be deductively demonstrated. Below the world stands the elephant on the back of the tortoise, ..."

5. Viva Mexico! by Charles Macomb Flandrau (1908)
"... to their unconscious habit of quietly or violently " composing " themselves at every moment of their lives into some kind of a frameable picture. ..."

6. Outlines of Cosmic Philosophy: Based on the Doctrine of Evolution, with by John Fiske (1893)
"... defended a verbal proposition, which answered to no framed or frameable conception. Of a piece with this is the fact that in all ages men have tortured, ..."

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