Estimable in a sentence as an adjective

On it getting cold at 4 PM, I quote the estimable "30 Rock":"Cant hack it in the big city?

Also, if the blur has a known or estimable kernel[0], you can apply deconvolution[1].

At that point you are estimating how long the content will take to produce, get signoffs, graphics, etc, and those are quite estimable.

I'd imagine the death toll from Fukushima will probably not be fully estimable for a few years yet.

HV avoids ohmic losses, while low frequency reduces reactive losses up to the limits of some estimable built-out scale.

Not sure who you think is better equipped to judge such things besides professional critics, except of course your estimable self.

Building something to spec is a finite task with an estimable amount of work and calculable delivery date.

Because of shared dependence, aggregate societal dependence on the Internet is not estimable.

Every other nation has folk traditions of men who were poor but extremely wise and virtuous, and therefore more estimable than anyone with power and gold.

If dependencies are not estimable, they will be underestimated.

Those are not always determinate or exactly estimable, but, statistically, that would be a simple basis of a rational approach.

As much as I'd like to agree with the estimable Mr. Schneier, there's a part of me who remembers watching "Brazil" and the scene where the restaurant blows up and everyone just goes about their business.

Does this effect correlate between markets with differing but estimable information asymmetry?

But where it gets really interesting is in his estimation of the YC effect, which I think is estimable: what companies would have been billion dollar companies with the YC effect but aren't because they don't have it?

Based on a novel approach we derive an explicit formula which characterises the optimal term as a function of a few key and, most importantly, empirically-estimable parameters.

Meanwhile, the harm done to competition by granting them a 20-year monopoly on the basic UI paradigm is easily estimable in the trillions of dollars, if they succeed in enjoining Samsung and other manufacturers.

Before pseudo-science proclaimed that Africans were lower on some kind of universal ladder of evolution, Europeans and Americans could more easily accept that a particular African ‘nation’, such as the Kroomen, were a particularly estimable ‘race’.

On the other hand, and subject to the estimable probabilities described above, I think he could be convicted of obstruction of justice for wilful frustration of the Court's fact-finding function - not by declining to comply, but by complying in such a manner as to strain the bounds of credibility.

Estimable definitions


deserving of respect or high regard


deserving of esteem and respect; "all respectable companies give guarantees"; "ruined the family's good name"

See also: good honorable respectable


may be computed or estimated; "a calculable risk"; "computable odds"; "estimable assets"

See also: computable