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- adj. Fit to be killed, especially as a source of food
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. fit to kill, especially for food.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being or fit to be killed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. fit to kill, especially for food
But in reality they believe both that a life stirs very early on and that a one-week-old embryo is more "killable" than a nine-month-old fetus.
The problem I see with this situation, is that who ever kills this buck. (if this buck is killable).
Nevr lingr on a shot, as soon as that animal presents a killable shot and teh crosshairs meet, pull the trigger.
The supreme creative power in the universe however, does not kill them (since they are immortal), and are therefore ‘un-killable.’
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They had to hunt in packs and learn to trap and heard their prey so as to be killable.
Tucker Carlson's efforts to dehumanize Vick and paint him as a disposable, killable individual cuts in a way that transcends the idiocy of Murdoch's 50-state southern strategy of dimples and dog whistles.
The truth is that men are just as killable as women, and just as afraid of death.
I also think you have misunderstood women fundamentally in your point that "men are just as killable as women."
On the Concern's books are Temudjin Oh, an un-killable assassin who journeys between the peaks of Nepal, a version of Victorian London and the dark palaces of Venice; and a nameless, faceless torturer known only as the Philosopher.
The major reason we have so many regulations that do not work and that seem immortal and un-killable is simple: there is no effective feedback to the people who pass the regulations.