Definition of Relatable

1. Adjective. Possible to relate; able to be related to. ¹



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Definition of Relatable

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Relatable

relapser
relapsers
relapses
relapsing
relapsing appendicitis
relapsing fever
relapsing malaria
relapsing perichondritis
relapsing polychondritis
relapsings
relascope
relascopes
relata
relatabilities
relatability
relatable (current term)
relatably
relate
relateable
related
related to
relatedly
relatedness
relatednesses
relater
relaters
relates
relatiative
relating
relatings

Literary usage of Relatable

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1. The Journal of Speculative Philosophy: Ed. by Wm. T. Harris edited by William Torrey Harris (1869)
"... and cannot at first see how they, as altogether super- sensuous can possibly become relatable to a manifold of empirical objects ; a difficulty which is ..."

2. The Project Method of Teaching by John Alford Stevenson (1921)
"If we ask him to find out how the power is transmitted from the speed pulley to the cutter spindle, that is a problem in relatable mechanics or science. ..."

3. The Project Method of Teaching by John Alford Stevenson (1921)
"If we ask him to find out how the power is transmitted from the speed pulley to the cutter spindle, that is a problem in relatable mechanics or science. ..."

4. The Project Method of Teaching by John Alford Stevenson (1921)
"... that is a problem in relatable mechanics or science. If we ask him to find out whether before there were any millers this particular job would have been ..."

5. Thinking Strategically: The Appropriate Use of Metrics for the Climate by National Research Council (2005)
"Are the measurements to be made by these instruments relatable to those made using previous technologies? • Yearly reviews of the following: — Sufficient ..."

6. The Science of Knowledge by Johann Gottlieb Fichte, Adolph Ernst Kroeger (1868)
"not empty, but corresponding to a thing outside of the Ego ; hence, it must be relatable to this thing. The thing has become relatable to the Ego, ..."

7. New Exposition of the Science of Knowledge by Johann Gottlieb Fichte, Immanuel Kant, Adolph Ernst Kroeger (1869)
"... and cannot at first see how they, as altogether super- sensuous can possibly become relatable to a manifold of empirical objects ; a difficulty which is ..."

8. New Exposition of the Science of Knowledge by Johann Gottlieb Fichte, Immanuel Kant, Adolph Ernst Kroeger (1869)
"... where we have pure a priori conceptions, and cannot at first see how they, as altogether super- sensuous can possibly become relatable to a manifold of ..."

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