from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. That can be spelled.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of being spelt.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being spelled, or represented in letters: as, some birds utter spellable notes.
But I would write as a Fossback, because that was my Gran's name, or as a Haugan, because it would amuse me to go incognito as Ms. Norwegian Underhill, or as a few other things that are both ethnically appropriate to me and reasonably spellable.
I have been stranded in France, due to the unpronounceable and un-spellable (unless you are Icelandic) volcano that erupted on my way back from the 2010 Design Leadership Summit in Venice Italy.
I have been stranded in France, due to the unpronounceable and un - spellable (unless you are Icelandic) volcano that erupted on my way back from the 2010 Design Leadership Summit in Venice Italy.
When I trained it was called von Recklinghausen's disease, now there is a spellable version.
In the interest of keeping the English language spellable for web people, perhaps week could go with a unispelling like 'brayk.'
And this week, the company changed its name from the thoroughly unsexy Roe River to the made-up-yet-spellable Twistage.
It came in useful in Tuebingen where weirdly, since Emily Owens is not a German name, and barely spellable/pronounceable by them there was already an Emily Owens enrolled, and I had to use email@example.com as my email address, etc.
And as for those lifting a glass at the big hooh-hah next week: a festive, neatly snipped-off, easily pronounceable and correctly spellable congrats to one and all.
Other immediate sounds were not spellable at all, though fairly in-terpretable.
So, how was Tim at imitating the lead singer/guitarist with the un-pronounceable and un-spellable last name?
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