Re*solv"a*ble (r?-z?lv"?-b'l), a. [See Resolve, and cf. Resoluble.]

Admitting of being resolved; admitting separation into constituent parts, or reduction to first principles; admitting solution or explanation; as, resolvable compounds; resolvable ideas or difficulties.

 

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