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Considerable enough to be weighed or assessed; appreciable: ponderable results; ponderable issues.

pon′der·a·bil′i·ty n.
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Having the overwhelming heaviness of its ponderability, the despair creates its own moral dimension.
Meanwhile the ponderability of literary or political quotation will coexist with the pithy folk wisdom of proverbs.
This new sculpture (linear, welded metal sculpture), essentially open in form, dynamic in intention, seeks to disguise its mass and ponderability.'(14) However, when Hepworth had exploited 'mass and ponderability' in earlier sculptures (Fig.