Definition for OB-SERV'A-BLE

OB-SERV'A-BLE, a. [s as z. See Observe.]

  1. That may be observed or noticed.
  2. Worthy of observation or of particular notice; remarkable. I took a just account of every observable circumstance of the earth, stone, metal or other matter. Woodward.

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