from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Variant of usable.
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- adj. Alternative spelling of usable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See usable, usableness.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. capable of being put to use
- adj. fit or ready for use or service
- adj. convenient for use or disposal
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He often comes across as "anti-design" and his site, though it may be "useable" is hardly pleasurable to use.
Honestly, if anyone thinks that torture works as an effective way to gain useable information, you really, really, really, really need help …
Offering the official administration response to FOX News, a senior Defense Department official pointed out that the chemical weapons were not in useable conditions.
My father was there as an engineer with the 98th Naval Construction Battalion putting the airfields in useable order while still under fire from the Japanese.
You should probably take a serious look at kde4 (once it gets useable, which is apparently jaunty (but if you get burned, it may be worth giving 9.10 a try)).
The falseness of our diplomacy is revealed in our scramble for 'useable', tactical nuclear missiles, new weapons systems, and our new justifications for their use.
At the most complex level, "strategy" can often be picked up that translates into some kind of useable wisdom in many other areas of life.
Natural flood plains are converted into "useable" land where people can put up buildings.
Rights Commission, and I and the manager had to go to that board with lots of copies of the stringer's "before" and "after" work, before being as she turned it in and after being after I beat it into some kind of useable shape.
Lastly, you must manually do some other action with the data collected in order to have it in any kind of useable form.