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- adj. Of or pertaining to a problem where the gambler is free to stop playing at any time.
And I found that the life I was thinking so leavable
But then he had a fatal lapse against a wily ball from Tim Bresnan, wide but not too wide, leavable but inviting and he snicked it to the grateful hands of Strauss at first slip.
It was tagged as the ‘most leavable city in the country years ago.
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