Definitions

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  • adjective assimilable

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Examples

  • In the 19th c. the Irish were considered so different as to be un-assimilatable.

    Ethics and IQ, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • A Chevy is a composite of assimilatable truck material and the worthless remainder waste that is a Ford.

    Eatin' Chevys, Shitin' Fords

  • My guess is they’re more assimilatable given the global spread of English, and the existence of today’s high voltage electronic media (which inundate people with exposure to American culture much more quickly and intensively than in 1900).

    Matthew Yglesias » Enforcement

  • “My guess is [Hispanic immigrants] more assimilatable given the global spread of English, and the existence of today’s high voltage electronic media (which inundate people with exposure to American culture much more quickly and intensively than in 1900).”

    Matthew Yglesias » Enforcement

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