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- adj. Of things which may be procured.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of being procured; obtainable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- That may be procured; obtainable: as, an article readily procurable.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. capable of being obtained
The anticipation that a book will always be easily procurable is often unfounded, but, so long as the anticipation exists, it restrains collecting.
We could then buy a change of underclothing, and daily consumed prodigious quantities of Dutch chocolate, also procurable from the canteen (which I afterwards bought in Holland for one-tenth of the price).
Indeed, very few books were procurable from the Dutch at Deshima.
The alcalde's permission to make use of the adjacent ground was obtained for a moderate consideration, and plenty of material was procurable from the opposite bank of the river.
The industrious application of the smallest copper coin procurable, the humble farthing or the halfpenny, speedily converted the most insignificant abrasion of the skin into a festering sore.
She postulates on absurd assumptions that the futuristic forecast on the politico field deems procurable.
The OSS had discovered that “enemy sources” were selling some 1,500 pages of Russian codes on the black market, so “General Donovan took the only course open to a loyal ally in accepting this material as soon as he found it was procurable,” General Deane was to inform the NKGB chief.
It happened that she made by far the finest cocktail procurable in that large city where drink-mixing on the part of the foreign population was indeed an art.
The Kandahar Newsletter entry from June 8, 1891, also included the following: A Tahsildar has been appointed to collect all the 'Kaldar' rupees procurable in Kandahar.
Of course, in order to be really scientific, we should have an Egyptian as well; but none was procurable.