Definition of Ascendible

1. Adjective. Capable of being ascended.

Exact synonyms: Ascendable, Climbable
Similar to: Scalable
Derivative terms: Ascend

Definition of Ascendible

1. a. Capable of being ascended; climbable.

Definition of Ascendible

1. Adjective. Capable of being ascended; climbable. ¹

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Definition of Ascendible

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ascendible

ascendible (current term)
ascending anterior branch
ascending aorta
ascending artery
ascending branch
ascending branch of the inferior mesenteric artery
ascending cervical artery
ascending cholangitis
ascending colon
ascending colons
ascending current
ascending degeneration
ascending frontal convolution

Literary usage of Ascendible

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

1. The Ancient Cathedral of Cornwall Historically Surveyed by John Whitaker (1804)
"chair, ascendible by as many steps, and" now "• it a range of open " Gothic work for about six feet more, finishing at the top with a " battlement. ..."

2. The Law of Expert Testimony by Henry Wade Rogers (1891)
"... have been held admissible for the purpose of showing that a certain stream, in its natural state, would or would not be ascendible by such fish. ..."

3. Zoological Sketches: A Contribution to the Out-door Study of Natural History by Felix Leopold Oswald (1882)
"They have a curious fashion of making their way to the very top of every ascendible object, the back of a chair or the elbow of a stove-pipe, and out in the ..."

4. Rand McNally & Co.'s Illustrated Guide to the Hudson River and Catskill by Ernest Ingersoll (1893)
"Mount Hunter (altitude, 4038 feet) and ТЫ Colonel'» Chair (altitude, 3165 feet) overshadow the town, and are ascendible by good paths. ..."

5. The Parochial History of Cornwall: Founded on the Manuscript Histories of Mr by DAVIES. GILBERT, Thomas Tonkin, William Hals (1838)
"On a tall and pillar-like spire of this rock, ascendible only by a ladder, is the hermitage, and the view from it must have been then, not much more wild ..."

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