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- n. edibility
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Suitableness for being eaten.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being edible.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the property of being fit to eat
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If you can make it through the urine-smelling focus group, stay tuned for the demonstration of its edibleness.
Problem is, Hammy tortures Timmy with his edibleness.
It involved writing the letter according to various formats, each configuration conveying information about the degree of edibleness of food, of the nature of our treatment, and so on.
If the scientist scoffs at the poet's intuitive selection of ideal values, declaring that he might just as well take any other aspect of things -- their number, solidarity, edibleness -- instead of beauty, for his test of their reality, the poet has his answer ready.
Now followed the beans which, if not for their size then for their hardness might have figured in an artillery park, and one of the boarders permitted himself some pleasantry about the edibleness of so petreous a vegetable; a pleasantry that glided over the impassive countenance of Doña Casiana without leaving the slightest trace.
A nomad visitor, however, corroborates my statement about its edibleness, and fills our chief with wonderment that I should know something in common with an Afghan nomad, that he, a resident of the country, knows nothing about.
What Burger Chef lacked in edibleness, it more than made up for with savings.