from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. That can be signed (represented in sign language).
- adj. Ready to have a signature affixed to it, as with a contract.
- adj. Available for the posting of signs.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Suitable to be signed; requiring signature.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being signed; requiring to bo signed: as, a deed signable by A. B.
- Capable of signing.
Congress negotiates with itself to produce "signable" bills.
What looked like an incredible break-the Twins passing on Mark Prior and taking the more "signable" Mauer with the No. 1 overall ...
You would merely have one bill that had ben approved by both houses (signable) and one that had only been approved by one house (not signable yet).
You would merely have one bill that had ben approved by both houses ( signable ) and one that had only been approved by one house ( not signable yet ).
Having seen from the inside how the process operates -- how difficult it is to gain consensus while producing a document that actually has some teeth, and that will be binding and signable -- I now understand what has been going on for 14 years.
I am not so sure the Padres see Tate as a signable prospect.
The touch screen will be signable, so authors can autograph their books much like signing the electronic screen on a credit card machine.
Three months is about as long as I would wait for an editor to start work on a contract, because once it goes to the legal department, it can take another month or three to arrive on your doorstep in signable form.
BA also notes that “he was considered one of the least signable players in the West, if not the country.”
I thought they were determined to draft someone who was signable.