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  • adj. Possible to shame.

Etymologies

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shame +‎ -able

Examples

  • I was against the Olympics being awarded to China and I think that even at this stage the BOA should be using its leverage to try and shame the Chinese abou their record, not that the Chinese regime is particluarly shameable.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • For instance, in his review of Robert Ryman [March 19, 2007, to which issue my entire article refers] he says, "But to be shameable, under present conditions, may be an unaffordable luxury."

    Chance Abutmenting (a counter-critique of Peter Schjeldahl)

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