from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. Able to be scored.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

score +‎ -able


  • Mr. Orszag's ambitions extend beyond "scorable" spending cuts -- reductions in federal spending that can offset the cost of expanding health-care coverage.

    Obama's Health Expert Gets Political

  • Jeffrey Binder, president and CEO of Indiana-based Biomet Inc., said it is difficult for the industry to produce "scorable" savings for budget analysts because most payments go through a hospital or clinic before reaching them.

    Columbia Missourian: Latest Articles

  • "And if all you did was the blunter 'scorable' savings, it won't be sustainable, and you're not getting at the inefficiencies.

    Obama's Health Expert Gets Political

  • He has 17 scorable points, split brows, 6 in. mass between his G2 & G3 and scored 175.

    Field & Stream

  • If the “trigger” is pulled, the actions would be self-executing (unless Congress overturns them), selected by experts (whether a commission or the Secretary of HHS) from a menu of pre-determined, scorable options, and consistent with savings throughout the system (not just shifting costs from government to private payers).

    Wonk Room » CBO Found Little Savings In Obama’s MedPAC Proposal, Now What?

  • This buck has 3 scorable normal points on the right antler plus main beam with a possible 6 on the left.

    Is This Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin Buck the New World Record Typical Whitetail?

  • Shot by the young lady in the picture (rumored to be 14 years old), the ginormous whitetail is supposed to sport 26 scorable points and gross around 230 B&C.

    Weekly Rut Report

  • So that stuff in congressional jargon is not scorable; the Congressional Budget Office won't count that as savings, so we're setting that aside.

    Speech to the American Medical Association

  • "What we want to do, and what we need to do, is make it abundantly clearer to people that this will be entirely paid for with real, scorable savings," refereed by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, the official said.

    Ailing Kennedy Key to Health Bill

  • But the problem is, is that if you do that and let your credit reports and your credit accounts become stagnant, as soon as six months, your credit reports will not be scorable any longer by credit scoring models.

    CNN Transcript May 5, 2007


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.