Definition of Reconstructible

1. Adjective. Able to be reconstructed ¹



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Definition of Reconstructible

1. constructible [adj] - See also: constructible

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reconstructible

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reconstitution
reconstitutions
reconstrict
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reconstrictions
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reconstruct
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reconstructed
reconstructed language
reconstructed languages
reconstructible (current term)
reconstructing
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Literary usage of Reconstructible

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1. John Webster: The Periods of His Work As Determined by His Relations to the by Elmer Edgar Stoll (1905)
"(short ll. counted only when reconstructible into long ll., except when within the bounds of a speech of 5 accent verse), according to the size of scenes ..."

2. A History of the Christian Church by Williston Walker (1918)
"Its exact origin is uncertain, but it is closely related to the baptismal creed of Jerusalem, as reconstructible from the teaching of Cyril, ..."

3. Cultural Reality by Florian Znaniecki (1919)
"... of logical thought in general can be empirically reconstructible only if and in so far as this object becomes the subject-matter of actual reflection. ..."

4. Astronomical Papyri from Oxyrhynchus by Alexander Jones (1999)
"... of the Standard Lunar Scheme is almost entirely understood and reconstructible on the basis of several papyrus texts and tables (Jones [1997a]). ..."

5. Astronomical Papyri from Oxyrhynchus by Alexander Jones (1999)
"... of the Standard Lunar Scheme is almost entirely understood and reconstructible on the basis of several papyrus texts and tables (Jones [1997a]). ..."

6. The Science of Mechanics: A Critical and Historical Account of Its Development by Ernst Mach (1919)
"A mere unrelated change, without fixed point of support, or reference, is not comprehensible, not mentally reconstructible. We always inquire, accordingly, ..."

7. The Science of Mechanics: A Critical and Historical Exposition of Its Principles by Ernst Mach (1893)
"A mere unrelated change, without fixed point of support, or reference, is not comprehensible, not mentally reconstructible. We always inquire, accordingly, ..."

8. A School Course of Mathematics by David Mair (1907)
"16. number of measurements that must be made in order that the figure may be reconstructible from these measurements alone without alteration of shape or ..."

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