from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as serviceable.
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A very good natured chap, and moreover inoffensive and serviable, he had worked with an incomparable energy to organize the defense of the City.
Then, either by one of those tacit understandings, those veiled complaisances in which whoever wears the clerical garb excels, or through fortunate stupidity, serviable foolishness, the old nun brought a formidable support to the conspiracy.
(The one exception is that the RAM on iMacs are user serviable and Apple has provided the user access to the RAM from an outside entry that does not require the iMac to be opened and disassembled.)