from The Century Dictionary.
- Capable of being classed.
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Capableof being classed.
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Main Enchantée_ and _Le Monstre Vert_, are good, but not extraordinarily good, and classable with many other things of many other people.
A History of the French Novel, Vol. 2 To the Close of the 19th Century George Saintsbury 1889
Of these faults, the worst, perhaps, were classable under the general head of inverisimilitude.
The English Novel George Saintsbury 1889
The most celebrated French binders are carefully enumerated by the latest authorities in their chronological order, but there is a difficulty in respect to many of them analogous to that encountered by the inquirer on English ground, since the names of several even of the best period are unknown, and the productions are accordingly classable only under their styles or their early owners.
Nearly all Ford's and Shirley's works, except the _Echo_ of the latter, 1618, are classable among common books even in the first editions.
[Footnote 1: Technically, it seems classable as a 'fallacy of composition.'