Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. Able to be assessed.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Liable to be assessed or taxed.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Capable of being assessed; liable to assessment.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. capable of being assessed especially for the purpose of taxation
  • adj. capable of being considered carefully

Etymologies

assess +‎ -able (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Mr. Spooner went on to say: The survey produced other startling evidence of poor assessment practice such as assessable properties missing from the roll; summer cottages assessed for business assessment; and what must be termed deliberate over and under assessment of property ...

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  • There should be a return to selective education because not everyone are equal and I defy anyone to teach a class where the abilities range from genius level to non assessable and full fill the needs of each child.

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  • The so-called Hotels Initiative "vastly" increased the number of assessable rooms after 33 hotels entered into voluntary compliance agreements with the government, prosecutors said.

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  • And the Mayor could have easily checked this out himself in August via a review of readily assessable data that would have reviewed that only a very few City Strategic Advisors -- most of which are in the Mayor's office -- are politically appointed.

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  • The piece of land is located 1000 miles from Miami making it practically in-assessable to all but the very wealthy in our society or possibly a congressman on a taxpayer paid business trip.

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  • I wrote about meeting Deborah Ball a while back, she taught me that like any profession, there are objective, clear, and assessable gradations of attainment in teaching proficiency.

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  • That been said with the advent of OSX or BSD I am finding that special free software for music for UNIX, Linux that was a pain to configure is now been made assessable and less time consuming I assume to get up and running on the Apple computer now that steve has switched over to BSD.

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  • In terms of the Groupon deal, what do you make of technological ways of making music more financially assessable to the audience?

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  • On the impact of foreclosures on the local economy, Vassallo said: "Since we are not one of the leading jurisdictions for residential foreclosures, and we remain constant on economic growth and increases in the commercial assessable tax base, I would say that this has minimal impact."

    Charles County has second-highest foreclosure rate in state

  • The late-filing penalty is 10 percent of the tax assessable in Fairfax, and a misdemeanor fine of up to a $500 in Alexandria.

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  • "We will resist planned obsolesance and we will make our site as assessable to as many people as possible." - website.

    December 15, 2007