from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Capable of being swallowed.
- adj. Relatively easy to swallow.
- adj. Able to be accepted by the electorate.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being swallowed; hence, capable of being believed; credible.
So this is political nightmare that can only be undone when tough, swallowable rules are voted upon.
Certainly not the only outcome, but I think it's a swallowable one.
The company's founders took the miniaturized sensing systems from the nose cones of fighter jets to create a swallowable camera.
The new version of the Given Imaging swallowable PillCam will cost around $500 and is ingested.
It had just been puppy-proofed, which means swallowable things off the floor.
In this part of the afterlife, you imagine something analogous to your Earthly life, and the thought is blissful: a life where episodes are split into tiny swallowable pieces, where moments do not endure, where one experiences the joy of jumping from one event to the next like a child hopping from spot to spot on the burning sand.
Sounds a lot more swallowable than 'you've been screwed.'
So, I wadded it up, compressed it into ball of decent swallowable size, and gulped.
Next time I suggest taking your pill with something that is proven to be swallowable.
As for cat toys, as far as I know the real danger for cats is if they can pull longer pieces of string off the toy or any swallowable bit.
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