Definitions

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  • adj. Alternative spelling of carriable.
  • n. Alternative spelling of carriable.

Etymologies

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carry +‎ -able

Examples

  • Coca Cola proudly announced today its new special Classic Coke air container, a 25-pound backpack-carryable tank of pure Rocky Mountain air that will last most of a day and will sell for $5 a pound; only $75 for a full tank.

    Catchin' Up on da-Noozzzz

  • So, I get loud sterile tone in a conveniently carryable form factor.

    Another cute little guitar amp

  • O.K., we can chop him into eight or ten easy-to-manage parts using the kitchen Ginsu knives; we stuff each carryable body part into a pillowcase dark-colored, so as to not reveal blood seeping through; tie each pillowcase to a broom…

    Y.P.R.: Dear N.Y.T.B.R. Pt. V

  • It took more than nineteen questions, but he finally learned what they wanted: There was a distant watermelon they dearly desired, but it was too heavy for them to carry whole, and it would spoil if they tried to cut it into carryable pieces.

    Up In A Heaval

  • He washed the dishes, foraged dry wood, mended a broken pack-strap, put an edge on the butcher-knife and camp-axe, and repacked the picks and shovels into a more carryable parcel.

    Like Argus of the Ancient Times

  • The company has attracted criticism in the past for claiming unverified associations with literary and artistic greats (Hemingway and Picasso among them), yet there is no denying that since the mid-Nineties, Moleskine has pioneered a market for covetable, carryable stationery.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Then there are netbooks and ultraportables, with netbooks being made carryable via downgraded specs and ultraportables made carryable via expensive engineering.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Digg

  • O.K., we can chop him into eight or ten easy-to-manage parts using the kitchen Ginsu knives; we stuff each carryable body part into a pillowcase dark-colored, so as to not reveal blood seeping through; tie each pillowcase to a broom or mop handle; tear and stain our clothes so we resemble hoboes, and then we can both make several trips in and out of the apartment, each time carrying with us a different body part in a pillowcase tied to a stick resting on a shoulder.

    Y.P.R.: How to Get Rid of a Body Using Ordinary Household Objects

  • plenty of battery time something as light and carryable as possible broadband internet connection anywhere/everywhere I know there's a term for this, but can't remember it

    Archive 2005-02-01

  • Dey took everything carryable off de plantation and burnt de big house, stables, barns, gin house and dey left the slave houses. "

    Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves South Carolina Narratives, Part 1

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