Pred"i*ca*ble (?), a. [Cf. F. pr'edicable, L. praedicabilis praiseworthy. See Predicate.]

Capable of being predicated or affirmed of something; affirmable; attributable.


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Pred"i*ca*ble, n.


Anything affirmable of another; especially, a general attribute or notion as affirmable of, or applicable to, many individuals.

2. Logic

One of the five most general relations of attributes involved in logical arrangements, namely, genus, species, difference, property, and accident.


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