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logically possible

adjective
1.
capable of being described without self-contradiction
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  • Such then, as far as I can see, are all the definitions of a species that are logically possible.

  • It is logically possible, and it is consistent with the facts.

  • Obviously of such a Mind as this no predication is logically possible.

    Thoughts on Religion George John Romanes
  • Is it logically possible for anyone, not of their accursed race, to love the Germans?

    War Pierre Loti
  • The existence of other individuals to whom it applies may be highly improbable; but, if it be logically possible, that is enough.

    Logic Carveth Read
  • The first thesis, that based on putative changes in the volume of trade, though highly improbable in fact, is logically possible.

    The Value of Money Benjamin M. Anderson, Jr.
  • Divines of course attempt to deny this, but no other deduction from their own statements is logically possible.

  • Divines, of course, attempt to deny this, but no other deduction from their own statements is logically possible.

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