from The Century Dictionary.
- Capable of being predicted or foretold; admitting of prediction, or determination in advance.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective That may be predicted.
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Ableto be predicted.
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- adjective capable of being foretold
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I don't know what definition of "predictable" they've encountered, but in the one I know, "predictable" is what you were expecting and, when you don't get it, that's "unpredictable".
Less predictable is his ultimate position, which could be first or second base or center or left field.
The results are simple morality tales, correcting injustice and resetting order in predictable, comforting ways.
Ditching the association you have with eating out as fun and different and bringing your lunch as boring and predictable is important.
It ought to be un-American for education quality to remain predictable by zip code.
The larger the number, the more predictable is the future.
There is complete doubt, and your continuing efforts to spread debunked lies and disinformation is predictable from a fascist brownshirt retard.
The gap between spending and revenues was entirely predictable from the outset, and the democrats are to blame for those, not the the recession.
My HMO wants me to have a physical every year -- what you call a predictable expense -- because it increases the odds that it will catch an illness early when it is much less expensive to treat.
Last night's Levy talks ended in predictable failure but only after negotiations had continued to within half an hour of the midnight deadline.