Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Capable of being planted, cultivated, settled, placed, etc.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Capable of being planted; fit to be planted.

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  • adjective In which planting is possible.

Etymologies

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plant +‎ -able

Examples

  • But only 54 percent or 21,000 hectares are considered "plantable".

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  • Mr Brown and his fellow joint chief executive, Dennis Melka, have promised to complete at least one acquisition within six months of today's IPO and to pursue further opportunities to increase the "plantable" area to in excess of 20,000 hectares within two years.

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  • Mr Brown and his fellow joint chief executive, Dennis Melka, have promised to complete at least one acquisition within six months of today's IPO and to pursue further opportunities to increase the "plantable" area to in excess of 20,000 hectares within two years.

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  • Seeds or “plantable” paper with a thank-you message

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  • Seeds or “plantable” paper with a thank-you message

    My Fair Wedding

  • Seeds or “plantable” paper with a thank-you message

    My Fair Wedding

  • Seeds or “plantable” paper with a thank-you message

    My Fair Wedding

  • During China's New Year holiday last week, the Ministry of Agriculture issued a report that said around 35% of the plantable area for winter wheat is affected by the drought.

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  • "We do give our clients a lot of options, be it plantable favors or recyclable décor," said Jennifer Crone of Private Receptions.

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  • Botanical PaperWorks plantable cards are made from 100 percent post-consumer waste and embedded with wildflower seeds.

    Jennifer Grayson: Eco Etiquette: Can I Email My Holiday Cards?

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