Examples of separable in a Sentence
His religious and political beliefs are not always separable from each other.
the outdated belief that the atom is the smallest particle of matter and is not separable
Recent Examples of separable from the Web
In any event, here as elsewhere, power over grants of citizenship is separable from power over migration.
The disconcerting power of this vision, and of the mathematical model which underlay it, emerged from the idea that weather, encoded as information to be exchanged in advance of its happening, could be finally separable from experience.
At the same time, solid-propellant rockets would blast the separable cap away from the MEM.
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Origin and Etymology of separable
Middle English, from Latin separabilis, from separare
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
SEPARABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of separable for English Language Learners
: capable of being separated
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