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  • a  capable of being weighed or considered
    something ponderable from the outer world--something of which we can say that its weight is so and so"- James Jeans
  • s  capable of being thought about

  • The public last week received, from Elizabeth Fox, national director of the Public Health Nursing Service of the American Red Cross, some ponderable figures on doctors' bills:.
  • What the Sheff boys ostensibly got was a dose of Chaucer, the usual Shakespeare, and a ponderable amount of reading in the 18th-Century worthies.
  • The closest to a ponderable theme in Pigeons and People is the old one used by Playwright Cohan of yore, that the sane are insane and the insane sane.

  • Gareth Peirce in icBerkshire
    Their solicitor, Gareth Peirce, said the family had no faith in the police complaints system, describing it as "unworkable, ponderable and slow", and instead wrote to Sir Ian Blair asking him to investigate the incident personally.

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