from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Worthy to be sung.
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At some point in the past, you may have gained a passing familiarity with this catchy, chantable little phrase, "Drill, Baby, Drill."
Interspersed throughout their Tibetan translation is an easy to remember set of chantable verses summarising the gelong or gelongma vows.
'teenageLust' is probably the most perfectly chantable representation of any adolescent desire.
Mr. Ward agreed to abate all his salary except/.20, half in mer - chantable wheat, indian, &c. and half in money, and fifty cords of wood annually, upon condition that the town should pay all arrearages of his salary, and appoint a committee "to attend at his house upon a sett day to receive and take account of what shall be brought in, and sett the price thereof if it be not merchantable, that so it come not in by pitiful driblets as formerly."