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  • adj. That can be evaded.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Capable of being evaded.


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evade +‎ -able


  • "Not for the world!" she protested, aghast at the bare suggestion; and for fear it might be repeated in some less evadable form, she made an excuse of her duty and ran away to her aunt.

    The Price

  • Reduction of legal immigration to an all-incusive, non-piercable, non-evadable cap of Blog Articles

  • As I mentioned to you about an hour ago, one columnist in today's "New York Times" who thinks he knows what is in that agreement has branded it a fraud, because it really -- it says that if we find 5 percent of the players on steroids, it doesn't proceed, and this columnist suggests that this is an absurdly high number, that it is an agreement in form only, and easily evadable, and whether or not that has had something to do with the lack of public affection for the game, the loss of some public affection, is another great unknown.

    CNN Transcript Aug 30, 2002


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