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- adj. Capable of being marked.
- adj. remarkable
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Remarkable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
Douglas was a re - markable man, both in character and in person.
Equipment includes 1 markable gameboard, 2 decks of colorful cards, 94 color load chips, 1 pack of money, 1 pack of crayons, 6 train pawns, and full-color rules.
QUEST: Why, I don't know, you wish to pour such cynicism on what has clearly been a markable day of honesty from two sons mourning their mother 10 years on.
Someone said to me, they thought it was markable that Edna Lewis was a chef during the time when there were few black men and almost no women chefs.
May 22, 2006, 5: 07 pm didrex adipex says: didrex adipex markable: appallingly. unwrap
"She may be re - markable by Earth standards, but here on Nova Empyrea, she's just average."
The heavy pace of the march served to keep the Aghar warm, however, and the hardy gully dwarves showed a re - markable resilience to the cold.
But he was ready to suffer anything to obtain legitimate possession of the Platinum Flute, the most re - markable instrument he could imagine.
What is so re - markable (and what no doubt accounts for the insig - nificant effect which the work had in its time) is not only the preference given to the vernaculars “without rules” but even more the concrete realization that change is slow but all-pervasive, and that variety is
Rabelais does not specifically write a paradoxical praise of women, but other humanists did, and throughout his book he ac - cords them, especially in his utopian section, a re - markable degree of freedom and responsibility.