from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Obtainable; able to be gotten.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being got or procured; obtainable.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. capable of being obtained
Sorry, no etymologies found.
There is a body of opinion that Nader voters are not getable and some maybe that way, but not all of them.
Professor Ogg has done a very great and much needed service to the public in thus bringing into small and easily getable form so much information about the antecedents of our present social conditions and tendencies.
Kim Collins, the 35-year-old 2003 world champion, who advanced through Saturday night's first round, says, ``He's definitely getable, he's been getable for a while.''
I do not mean to plunder you of any more prints; but shall employ a little collector to get me all that are getable.
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Notion that Wade is getable slightly grows in Bulls 'camp
As tea-leaf readers parsed the significance of a Cleveland Plain-Dealer report that James won't decide his future until at least Wednesday and a New York Daily News report that the Knicks, poised to sign Amare Stoudemire, got a second audience with James 'agent and perhaps even a third Knicks visit, the notion that Wade is more getable slightly grew in Bulls' camp.
And we've already baked into our plans whether there is more getable deal and if there is more, we're not going to lead it, but we're not going to lag it if it happens.
Milsap is going nowhere imo forget granger, Smith might be getable.
Well back then it was getable with just a $50 note, can't remember an exact price though.