Definitions

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  • adjective Able to be stolen.

Etymologies

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steal + -able

Examples

  • That kind of content is un-stealable, which is why music piracy can't make a dent in the profitability of live performance.

    TechCrunch

  • There exist ingenuous bourgeois, of whom it might be said, that they have a "stealable" air.

    Les Miserables, Volume III, Marius

  • There exist ingenuous bourgeois, of whom it might be said, that they have a "stealable" air.

    Les Misérables

  • Replace burned out light bulbs (depending on # bulbs on hand or "stealable"): garage hall, garage main, back hall, kitchen, side hall, downstairs bath

    Wired Campus

  • REALLY worth reading • BTW in certain countries copyright has expired on Orwell's books, so let your fingers do the walking and travel to these distant lands to get free un-stealable electronic copies.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • REALLY worth reading • BTW in certain countries copyright has expired on Orwell's books, so let your fingers do the walking and travel to these distant lands to get free un-stealable electronic copies.

    taksies backsies

  • So maybe they'll split the vote and put the election out of stealable range and the war closer to a close.

    Ian Gurvitz: Rudy the Impaler

  • Open ID will only be open to phishing if it contains sensitive, potentially stealable, information; and if you publicise that, even via blogger or wordpress profiles, then you're a nitwit who deserves whatever you get.

    Why would you use OpenID?

  • "Open ID will only be open to phishing if it contains sensitive, potentially stealable, information;"

    Why would you use OpenID?

  • The thief also has his food for cannon, stealable matter, you, I, whoever passes by; le pantre.

    Les Miserables

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