Deducible

De*du"ci*ble

(?), a. 1. Capable of being deduced or inferred; derivable by reasoning, as a result or consequence.
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All properties of a triangle depend on, and are deducible from, the complex idea of three lines including a space.
Locke.
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2. Capable of being brought down. [Obs.]
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As if God [were] deducible to human imbecility.
State Trials (1649).
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