
Definition of Calculable
1. Adjective. Capable of being calculated or estimated. "Calculable odds"
Also: Determinable
Derivative terms: Calculate, Calculate, Calculate
Antonyms: Incalculable
Definition of Calculable
1. a. That may be calculated or ascertained by calculation.
Definition of Calculable
1. Adjective. Able to be calculated. ¹
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Definition of Calculable
1. [adj]
Lexicographical Neighbors of Calculable
Literary usage of Calculable
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Elements of Trigonometry: Plane and Spherical by Edward Olney (1877)
"SECTION III. , FORMULAE FOR RENDERING calculable BY LOGARITHMS THE ALGEBRAIC SUM OF
... To render sin ж ± sin y, and cos ж ± cos у calculable by logarithms. ..."
2. The Revised Reports: Being a Republication of Such Cases in the English by Robert Campbell, Frederick Pollock, Oliver Augustus Saunders, Arthur Beresford Cane, Joseph Gerald Pease, William Bowstead, Great Britain Courts (1899)
"... and the amount of interest NOOTT. prior to the date is here calculable exactly.
IH Dixon v. Cos*, the reservation of the amount of bankers' commission ..."
3. The State and Pensions in Old Age by John Alfred Spender (1892)
"Importance of State Grant being either Definitely Fixed or Easily calculable in
Advance. IT has been generally assumed that on its financial side the ..."
4. The Collected Works of Dr. P. M. Latham by Peter Mere Latham, Robert Martin, Thomas Watson (1878)
"WHAT PRACTICE OWES TO PATHOLOGY NOT EXACTLY calculable. DISTINCTION BETWEEN CURING
THE DISEASE AND TREATING THE PATIENT. THERE was a practice of medicine ..."
5. The Letters of Charles Dickens by Charles Dickens, Georgina Hogarth, Mamie Dickens (1879)
"... assured me the other day that he thought the harm done very serious indeed,
and the dangerous nature of the daily widening breach scarcely calculable. ..."
6. Valuation as a Logical Process by Henry Waldgrave Stuart (1918)
"laws which make the changes calculable in advance. The material realm is the
realm of "solid fact" in which one can work with assurance that causes will ..."