Similar words: visible, division, possible, feasible, admissible, permissible, impossible, ostensible. Meaning: [dɪ'vɪzəbl] adj. capable of being or liable to be divided or separated.

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1. He argued that all matter was infinitely

*divisible*.2. All books are

*divisible*into two classes: the books of the hour, and the books of all time.3. The nervous system is

*divisible*into three parts.4. Plants are

*divisible*into three main groups.5. Thirteen is not

*divisible*by any even number.6. 8 is

*divisible*by 2 and 4, but not by 3.7. is

*divisible*by 2 and 4, but not by 3.8. Twenty-eight is

*divisible*by seven.9. They were also neatly

*divisible*into subjects.10. Which number is not

*divisible*by four?11. Twelve is

*divisible*by four.13. Actually, Guardian letters are

*divisible*.14. The central nervous system is

*divisible*into the brain or cerebral ganglion, the suboesophageal ganglion and the ventral nerve-cord. 1.15. Each part is in principle

*divisible*into smaller disjunct parts, and successive repetition of this process produces a branching hierarchy.16. The reason I ran was

*divisible*in at least two parts.17. In our example the divisor is

*divisible*by 1000,[sentencedict.com/divisible.html] which leads to three unchanged digits.18. These goods are

*divisible*in that they come in units small enough to be afforded by individual buyers.19. Even numbers are

*divisible*by two.20. Exactly

*divisible*by the same unit an integral number of times. Used of two quantities.21. The important cases of

*divisible*submodule and pure submodule are explored and some corollaries are gotten.22. A prime number is a whole number greater than 1 which is exactly

*divisible*by itself and 1 but no other number.23. After examining such evidence, the Oregon court agreed with the teacher that the contract was not

*divisible*into two parts.24. Viral hepatitis has been recognized since the Second World War as being

*divisible*into two distinct types.25. He preferred to do things in threes because he favored numbers

*divisible*by three.26. A prime number is a number that is not exactly

*divisible*by any other number.27. It applied the methods of Kent campus to imaginary grievances in a divided, or

*divisible*, community in Northern Ireland.28. The alternative is a record without natural breaks, only

*divisible*by arbitrary man-made decisions.29. Aim the construction method of exponentially perfect numbers not

*divisible*by 3 is searched.30. If they fail to reach an agreement and the immovable property or movable property is

*divisible*and doing so would not reduce its value, the actual thing shall be divided.More similar words: visible, division, possible, feasible, admissible, permissible, impossible, ostensible, accessible, comprehensible, reprehensible, inexpressible, be responsible for, as soon as possible, divide, divine, visitor, revision, envision, activist, sibling, provision, skydiving, undivided, individual, divine right, impossibly, ostensibly, Bible, edible.