- adj. Capable of being locked.
“It has three drawers on one side and a cupboard with a shelf on the other, it also has 'lockable”
“No luck - I ended up with a velcro frog, a set of antique binoculars, a lockable diary and a tin of Magnetix.”
“Alcoholic beverages, which these days are usually transported in coolers with lockable lids in specially outfitted tubes, have always been a part of that tradition, practitioners say.”
“The 2009 Dodge Ram Crew Cab features the new Rambox cargo management system: a pair of weatherproof, lockable, illuminated storage bins (with drains) that run the length of the bed.”
“The big potential advantage here is that the lockable retractor on the lap belt may eliminate the need for the lock-off feature on some seats, making the seats easier to install.”
“Daniel Cronin for The Wall Street Journal Pereira Cycles | MADE BY: Tony Pereira | DETAILS: The winner of the competition, this bike has an electric assist, lockable storage, an integrated sound system, an integrated lock system that disables steering and an upright steering position.”
“In a world of skyrocketing gas prices and diminishing oil reserves, the option of discarding the Range Rover in favor of a bicycle doesn't seem that ridiculous—especially if it is a bright magenta bicycle with an electric assist, a stereo and a lockable metal box.”
“Features such as heated handlebars, a touring windshield, and a lockable travel case make it pretty difficult to find something to add to it.”
“Last year, I had a couple of buddies giving me crap where we hunt for whitetails because I drove out my old 2wd 99 ranger with a hard, lockable fiberglass cover.”
“Get yourself a "GOOD" metal gun case, lockable and I'd recommend the one that 3in1 makes.”
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