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- adjective That may be
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'The child is in a lethargic condition, her hair is thin, sparse, lustreless, easily-pluckable.
I mean, after all she puts up with my tripe and, as peaches go she's quite pluckable, and ripe oh, alright … and she's stolen my heart passionatelibra (Anonymous) says …
New York magazine’s David Edelstein, on the other hand, says, “By all means, see ‘Up’ in its 3D incarnation: The cliff drops are vertiginous, and the scores of balloons — bunched into the shape of one giant balloon — are as pluckable as grapes.”