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  • adjective Possible to master.
  • adjective Able to be mastered.

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Examples

  • Long after I was forced to abandon the youthful delusion that my natural athleticism would allow me to master a sport so inherently un-masterable, so nefariously nuanced and niggling as golf, my one revenge against the game was a vow to never watch it on TV.

    When Golf Lost Its Stodginess

  • Long after I was forced to abandon the youthful delusion that my natural athleticism would allow me to master a sport so inherently un-masterable, so nefariously nuanced and niggling as golf, my one revenge against the game was a vow to never watch it on TV.

    Confessions of a TV Golf Addict

  • You're wrestling to master a system -- a war, a puzzle, a mystery -- that is enormously complex but, unlike the rest of our lives, actually masterable .

    Battle With 'Gamer Regret' Never Ceases

  • You're wrestling to master a system -- a war, a puzzle, a mystery -- that is enormously complex but, unlike the rest of our lives, actually masterable .

    Battle With 'Gamer Regret' Never Ceases

  • The ideal scenario is not if I (or anyone else) goes hounding Tony Engle at Topic or whomever, but rather if any actual artists who might be interested got in touch and, if need be, covered the very small cost of me transferring the one or two reel-to-reel tapes of their vintage performances that I happen to have to a digital, masterable form.

    Word Magazine - Comments

  • A woman next to me asks are you writing a poem? scribbles I said from the place left behind lots of memories family mysteries incident strings come to mind toilet paper ripping beyond the notches social arts delivered on snack trays my father's business monkey business uncle parcels tips challenged revenge masterable philosophers avatars teaching unknown sand tricks seventy five degrees longitude submerged in holy rivers out of my mind emerge anointed paramahamsas above the self, my Self not for herself, itself half empty whiskey glasses translated stories five degrees below the tropic of cancer scorching sand illuminate reflecting shade glasses my sun glasses, empty whiskey glasses no faith on things unknown findable frequencies of known facts the world a glass full of rain landing on tiny runway the world at my feet held down by gravity

    Gravity

  • intuitive: zero manual, zero instructions sonically challenging and interesting learnable and masterable even for children

    Reactable May Be The Future Of Music | Impact Lab

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