The Collaborative International Dictionary
Divisible \Di*vis"i*ble\, a. [L. divisibilis, fr. dividere: cf. F. divisible. See Divide.] Capable of being divided or separated.
Extended substance . . . is divisible into parts.
--Sir W. Hamilton.
Divisible contract (Law), a contract containing agreements one of which can be separated from the other.
Divisible offense (Law), an offense containing a lesser offense in one of a greater grade, so that on the latter there can be an acquittal, while on the former there can be a conviction. -- Di*vis"i*ble*ness, n. -- Di*vis"i*bly, adv.
adv. In a way that is divisible.
Usage examples of "divisibly".
Much of this amalgam was based on patently absurd concepts, such as j continuity, or aptly named irrational numbering, or the astonishing notion that there are layered infinities of the divisibly small.