divisible

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  • If that something has parts, is divisible, the whole of it cannot pass first. Cited from An Introduction to Philosophy, by George Stuart Fullerton
  • But what we do know is readily divisible into common knowledge and special knowledge. Cited from Herland [for Mother's Day], Charlotte P. Gilman
  • How can a point even begin to move along an infinitely divisible line? Cited from An Introduction to Philosophy, by George Stuart Fullerton
  • If the total number of teams is not divisible by three then one or two groups with four teams are formed.
  • For all books are divisible into two classes, the books of the hour, and the books of all time. Cited from Harvard Classics Volume 28, by Various
  • Laws proper, and those closely allied to them among laws proper, are divisible into three classes. Cited from Moral Science; A Compendium of Ethics, by Alexander Bain
  • I found, after the experiments were over, that the words were divisible into three distinct groups. Cited from Inquiries into Human Faculty and Its Development, by Francis Galton
  • The species that lately has been attacked is divisible into two groups. Cited from Our Stage and Its Critics, by "E.F.S." of The Westminster Gazette
  • These powers are divisible into two branches -- the intellectual powers and the moral sense. Cited from Sermons Preached at Brighton, by Frederick W. Robertson
  • Money is infinitely divisible in the sense that it is based upon the real number system.
  • A large part of the stars which compose it may be considered as divisible into two groups. Cited from Sidelights On Astronomy, by Simon Newcomb
  • Each department prepared district-wise break up of schemes divisible among districts.
  • If therefore the human mind feels, it follows that it is a divisible body.
  • A simple melody is usually composed of eight measures, or some number divisible by four. Cited from For Every Music Lover, by Aubertine Woodward Moore
  • Historically it is divisible into the years of revolution and the years of construction. Cited from Brief History of English and American Literature, by Henry A. Beers
  • Then would you like to say, Socrates, that the one idea is really divisible and yet remains one? Cited from Parmenides, by Plato
  • The family appears to be divisible into three families but this probably needs confirmation with additional studies before being generally accepted.
  • If n is divisible by any m then n is composite, otherwise it is prime.
  • Many of them think we have two souls, both of them being divisible and material, and yet both reasonable.
  • Historically, it is divisible into the years of revolution and the years of construction. Cited from Initial Studies in American Letters, by Henry A. Beers
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Meaning of divisible

  • adjective Capable of being or liable to be divided or separated
    even numbers are divisible by two, the Americans fought a bloody war to prove that their nation is not divisible