Cognizable (adjective)

  1. Capable of being known or perceived.
  2. Capable of being understood or recognized by the mind or senses.

Origin:

Derived from the latin word "cognoscere" meaning to know or recognize.

Examples:

  1. The evidence was cognizable by the court, and the case was accepted for trial.
  2. The pattern was not cognizable by the human mind, as it was too complex.
  3. The sound was not cognizable by the human ear, as it was too high-pitched.
  4. The color was not cognizable by the human eye, as it was too dark.
  5. The smell was not cognizable by the human nose, as it was too faint.
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