thinkable

[thing-kuh-buhl]
adjective
1.
capable of being thought; conceivable.
2.
that may be considered as possible or likely.

Origin:
1850–55; think1 + -able

thinkableness, noun
thinkably, adverb
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thinkable (ˈθɪŋkəbəl)
 
adj
able to be conceived or considered; possible; feasible

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Example sentences
History tells us that real change occurs when the improbable tips into the
  thinkable.
It's also quite thinkable, if he did, that he was trying to attain martyrdom at
  our hands.
Anyhow, the term quantum ether might be used to indicate a thinkable modern
  synthesis of both concepts.
Simply put, large-scale missile defenses might make a nuclear first strike less
  suicidal and therefore more thinkable.
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