Definitions

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  • adjective That can be dammed.

Etymologies

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dam +‎ -able

Examples

  • Paypal has said that they do not wish me to have another account with them, but until someone breaks the dammable monopoly Paypal has in eBay and practically online payments worldwide, I have little choice in the matter but to risk another account.

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  • Maybe it's because last semester's lessons weren't that bad (except for the dammable QMF).

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  • AND you want Roland gagged because its criticism you can't stomach? maybe the problem isn't with Roland. the really REALLY dammable thing is that he's right. i wish he was wrong, but he's right.

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  • AND you want Roland gagged because its criticism you can't stomach? maybe the problem isn't with Roland. the really REALLY dammable thing is that he's right. i wish he was wrong, but he's right.

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  • Energy is not cheap - lacking coal or dammable rivers, the UAE is powered by natural gas, itself often imported from neighbors like Qatar or Saudi Arabia at high cost.

    The Tech - MIT's Student Newspaper

  • Energy is not cheap - lacking coal or dammable rivers, the UAE is powered by natural gas, itself often imported from neighbors like Qatar or Saudi Arabia at high cost.

    The Tech - MIT's Student Newspaper

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