Definitions

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  • adj. Capable of being knotted, or tied in a knot.

Etymologies

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knot +‎ -able

Examples

  • If you find your line getting sliced, use a short piece of the new, knottable leader wire (see sidebar) next to your lure or fly.

    How and Where to Fish for Pickerel

  • The notebook entry says this particular fish was 39 inches long and caught on a "huge chartreuse bunny streamer" protected from the pike's razor-like teeth by a 30-pound tippet with 40-pound knottable wire tied directly to the fly.

    GJSentinel.com

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