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  • adj. Capable of being identified as a particular type, particularly by automatic means.
  • adj. Capable of being typed on a keyboard.


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  • I suspect it exists in its typeable form to limit online lists to seven items.

    Matthew Yglesias » King and Nonviolence

  • Browse our lesson plans, complete a typeable Activity as a class, or simply watch and discuss a movie, just for fun and to raise awareness.

    2009 April | BrainPOP Educators

  • We recently received a request to add fields for student names and dates on our typeable Activity Pages.

    BrainPOP Adds New Feature | BrainPOP Educators

  • It now has typeable activities and Talk About It features!

    New Typeable Features on BrainPOP Jr. | BrainPOP Educators

  • I have a couple good friends now that I have only talked to online and sometimes on the phone and our friendships have lasted for years through births, marriages, divorces, death, illness, and joy unspeakable yet typeable lol.

    Making Connections. | Mind on Fire

  • The iPad's software keyboard is more typeable than I would have ever thought possible.


  • As Google put it in its statement supportive of AllVid, the Google TV vision is a device that can aggregate channels, recorded shows, YouTube videos, and services like NetFlix and Amazon Video on Demand, all over one TV screen-with a typeable search engine mechanism added on.

    Ars Technica

  • I have to say that it's more touch - tappable than touch-typeable.

    Daring Fireball

  • The revised "American" version is still unpronouncable but at least typeable on an American keyboard.

    Think Progress

  • Not really touch-typeable unless you're thin-fingered and very coordinated.



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