Definition of Duplicatable
1. Adjective. Capable of being duplicated.
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Literary usage of Duplicatable
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Asymmetric Marketing: Tossing the 'Chasm' in the Age of the Software Superpowers by Joseph E. Bentzel (2006)
"eBay leverages the network effect of its trading community and trading platform to create a virtually non-duplicatable customer experience for small and ..."
2. Camera (1907)
"... color photograph masterpieces longer in getting known and with a much smaller audience than has the chance to view the ordinary duplicatable photograph. ..."
3. Frenzied Finance by Thomas William Lawson (1905)
"... bonds and preferred stocks of what they consider non-duplicatable franchise corporations such as railroads, which require rights of way; into municipal ..."
4. Frenzied Finance by Thomas William Lawson (1905)
"When their animation is friendly one would rather watch their merry twinkle as they keep time to their owner's inimitable stories and non-duplicatable ..."
5. The Electron: Its Isolation and Measurement and the Determination of Some of by Robert Andrews Millikan (1917)
"... and Na maximum possible uncertainty of less than o. 1 per cent, say 0.07 per cent. The crosshair distance which is uniformly duplicatable to one part in ..."
6. American Journalism from the Practical Side: What Leading Newspaper by Charles Austin Bates (1897)
"... importance is growing and their value to advertisers is not duplicatable. They could have much larger circulations than they have now and not crowd the ..."