countable

Only countable common nouns in the singular follow that grammar rule.

55This is almost always true of proofs that use countable ordinals.

20There is a strict list of requirements that includes criteria for household income as well as countable resources and work stipulations for able-bodied adults.

23The American Needlepoint Guild has an inclusive definition of the craft: "Any counted or free stitchery worked by hand with a threaded needle on a readily countable ground."

23If one is gradually raised in pitch beating begins, at first easily countable.

11A countable intersection of open dense sets is the intersection of a countable number of open dense sets.

11Now comes the moment to admit that my ` applications ' of countable ordinals were, in a sense, a con.

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