imitable


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im·i·ta·ble

 (ĭm′ĭ-tə-bəl)
adj.
1. Capable of being imitated: the imitable sounds of a bird.
2. Worthy of imitation: imitable behavior.

im•i•ta•ble

(ˈɪm ɪ tə bəl)

adj.
capable or worthy of being imitated.
Translations

imitable

[ˈɪmɪtəbl] ADJimitable

imitable

adjnachahmbar, imitierbar

imitable

a. imitable.
References in classic literature ?
In dealing with the State we ought to remember that its institution are not aboriginal, though they existed before we were born; that they are not superior to the citizen; that every one of them was once the act of a single man; every law and usage was a man's expedient to meet a particular case; that they all are imitable, all alterable; we may make as good, we may make better.
A great historian, as he insisted on calling himself, who had the happiness to be dead a hundred and twenty years ago, and so to take his place among the colossi whose huge legs our living pettiness is observed to walk under, glories in his copious remarks and digressions as the least imitable part of his work, and especially in those initial chapters to the successive books of his history, where he seems to bring his armchair to the proscenium and chat with us in all the lusty ease of his fine English.
She said on the occasion 'I love nature, it attracts me, mainly because of the colours nature offers including the flora and fauna, the captivating colours of the birds and flowers, the imitable creation of God'.
Ailsa Black sang in her imitable way and Les Byers had everyone enthralled with his version of Holy Willie's Prayer.
PSCA's IC3 project as an inevitable and imitable venture for mega urban cities such as Lahore.
Aside from the throwing-stones-from-glass-houses problem, attacking Luther personally doesn't work because most Protestants don't consider him a saint or imitable except insofar as they think that he "rediscovered" the original Pauline understanding of justification by faith and rejected an overweening papacy and a Catholic Church that had lost sight of scriptural faith.
Aspecto peculiar de la obra de Ambrosio respecto a la de Ciceron es la presentacion de ejemplos de conducta imitable.
The hologram must, therefore, include some striking and unusual visual effects that are not imitable.
Nos enseno a todos a leer de otra manera y todos queriamos tener la disciplina, entrega y arrojo de Jose Emilio (aunque) su literatura es dificilmente imitable, es digna de imitacion, de una gran claridad, transparencia y de una dificil sencillez.
Historically, motor carriers have attempted to address the turnover problem by increasing wages, adding fringe benefits, offering bonuses, scheduling time at home, and providing newer trucks; however, these solutions are highly imitable and only produce temporary results (Min 2007; Richard et al.
Schrager, who went on to pioneer the boutique hotel business and create the Ian Schrager Company, has most recently been delivering on his philosophy of building for the "pleasures of New York's imitable lifestyle, without the worries, hassles and inconveniences that are so often the price of it," with luxury developments 160 Leroy and 215 Chrystie.
There are two questions that need to be answered -- Is IoT easily imitable and is it susceptible to substitution?