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Definition of Perusable
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Literary usage of Perusable
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1. The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by Isaac Smith Homans, William B. Dana (1854)
"... to young men as a distinct class in the community and as individuals, is eloquent aud perusable. The five which follow are devoted to Self education, ..."
2. Justice and Codification Petitions: Being Forms Proposed for Signature by by Jeremy Bentham (1829)
"In this way it is perusable by any number of persons at the same time; while, if there was no other copy than the above mentioned roll, years might elapse ..."
3. The British Critic by Robert Nares (1823)
"... extended beyond the readers and conductors of a Review, and its refutation, if such a thing were vouchsafed, would have been a quiet un- perusable book. ..."
4. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1907)
"Dr. Marshall has succeeded in rendering it into excellent vernacular, and thus made readily perusable by readers on this side of the Channel, ..."