Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Capable of being reset.

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  • adjective Capable of being reset.

Etymologies

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reset +‎ -able

Examples

  • Not only was she stupid enough to have her yahoo account password resettable by an outsider, she was stupid enough to conduct state business on this and other non-state-secured e-mail accounts.

    doggdot.us

  • The fact the this kind of problem can be solved by falling back (taking some time away from the problem or using a second opinion) indicates that the mechanism is, to a certain extent, resettable.

    Reflective Surface - Autonomic Debugging

  • The fact the this kind of problem can be solved by falling back (taking some time away from the problem or using a second opinion) indicates that the mechanism is, to a certain extent, resettable.

    Reflective Surface - Archives: 2008 January

  • This should only be possible once, before the machine has to be physically reset, and the machine should not be resettable by the polling station staff.

    Think Progress » Sen. Daschle: REAL ID Is A Modern Day Poll Tax

  • If not, is there a downloadable program with a resettable clock that will accomplish this?

    PCWorld

  • ATC Semitec is now stocking a range of motor protection PTCs to complement its existing range of resettable thermal cut-outs.

    Electronicstalk - electronics industry news

  • IVO is that it is easily resettable after testing or discharge, eliminating the need to purchase replacement actuators.

    ThomasNet News - Today's New Product News

  • ATC Semitec is now stocking a range of motor protection PTCs to complement its existing range of resettable thermal cut-outs.

    Electronicstalk - electronics industry news

  • If not, is there a downloadable program with a resettable clock that will accomplish this?

    PCWorld

  • If not, is there a downloadable program with a resettable clock that will accomplish this?

    PCWorld

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