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un- +‎ specifiable

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unspecifiable (comparative more unspecifiable, superlative most unspecifiable)

  1. Unable to be specified.
    • 2009 January 23, Helen Longino, “Perilous thoughts: comment on van Fraassen”, in Philosophical Studies, volume 143, number 1, →DOI, pages 25–32:
      The development of an account of the biological underpinnings of behavior will be like the development of the atomic theory, a mixture of experimental, observational/clinical, and theoretical work that progressively reduces the number of unspecifiable parameters.

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