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  • adj. Able to be fought.


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From fight +‎ -able.


  • My little jabbering Boy is going on at a high rate; The Emperor of France would be proud of such a fightable spirit. —

    Letter 247

  • Internal IT needs to transform, and it's not fightable.

    The new IT survival guide: How to thrive after the recession

  • These things are always incremental and start with something that is at least fightable, but it seems too mean-spirited to fight it.

    The Oxford Phlegm to Prayer?

  • If the Pinkerton press were all, it would be fightable.

    Potterism A Tragi-Farcical Tract

  • Only drunk and fightable as usual? or are you being chased by pink snakes with tiger's heads again, eh?

    Rídan The Devil And Other Stories 1899

  • You don't think a few guilds are going to be farming me as soon as I'm a fightable boss?


  • Concessions to the L7 failings extended to the addition of a gangster grip to make it more fightable in CQB - how a cqb rifle can work without auto is something Im not party too.

    Army Rumour Service

  • "This law of gravity is un-fightable," Anderson advised attendees, "because if you don't do it, someone else will.

    Wired Top Stories


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