Examples of observable in a Sentence
the size of the observable universe
scientists often work with phenomena that are not directly observable
Recent Examples of observable from the Web
Observable characteristics such as education do little to explain the discrepancy, Fed research shows.
A study published in the journal Environmental International showed that prenatal exposure to the insecticide naled (sold under the name Dibrom), which is being sprayed in Miami, causes observable motor deficits in 9-month-olds.
The internal dysfunction has had little observable impact on company performance.
On top of the observable effects, Ethiopia's average annual temperature increased by 1.3 degrees from 1960 to 2006.
The improvements to stealth include possible low-observable coating, and new Conformal Fuel Tanks (CFT) are planned to replace the Super Hornet's current external fuel tanks.
Voids, vast expanses of nearly empty space, account for about 80 percent of the observable universe.
States that face very observable new weather patterns linked to climate change are now acutely aware of the federal government’s lack of action — and are positioned to try to fill this gap.
And just as discussed, some of the presentations incorporated the real world through Elgin's observable environment, as the class heard a few more students speak at the top of the creek bank overlooking Poplar.
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First Known Use of observable
OBSERVABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of observable for English Language Learners
: possible to see or notice : able to be observed
OBSERVABLE Defined for Kids
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