from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Capable of being ruled; governable
- adj. According to rule; allowable
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. That may be ruled; subject to rule; accordant or conformable to rule.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being ruled; governable.
- Permissible according to rule; allowable.
It is rulable to hit the center player with nothing but the slipper, but the players will use any other feints they choose to mislead him as to who holds the slipper, pretending to pass it, or making a false move as though to hit him, etc.
It is not rulable to shove it; it must simply be placed on the track and move of its own weight.
She said she would not think of going in Ballardsville, but she supposed it was more rulable in New York.
To assist the reader to interpret the flag more fully we would state that in engraving heraldic devices it is rulable to make the portions delineating blue in horizontal lines, and red in perpendicular ones.
Podcasting is much less rulable, it doesn’t need a central entity like the one Bloom envisioned, or Odeo, or even Apple.
"It may not be rulable nor dignified," he begins hotly, "but I demand a moment's hearing.
I think it is rulable for each crew to prepare their boat as they think best. "
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