Definitions

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  • adverb In an workable fashion.

Etymologies

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work + -able + -ly

Examples

  • But none of these facts sheds any light on the question of whether Black Power represents a workably strategy.

    Culture of Poverty

  • Buy the best horses you can afford; but remember that a workably sound horse, though blemished or a bit gone in the wind, will give you plenty of fun, if you do not knock him about.

    American Adventures A Second Trip 'Abroad at home'

  • "In some places there's no way to resurrect a workably competitive market because you don't have the range of productive facilities and other components to make a workable infrastructure."

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  • "In some places there's no way to resurrect a workably competitive market because you don't have the range of productive facilities and other components to make a workable infrastructure."

    chicagotribune.com -

  • Abstinence has never been workably enforced in the whole of human history.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • Further, that the report concluded that the current market appears workably competitive and that there are no compelling indications of future issues.

    ScreenTalk

  • Analysis of submissions made during the review process concluded that the current market was "workably competitive" and that there were no compelling indications of future issues.

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  • Your suggested euphemisms - e.g. 'web 2.0' and 'social web' aren't workably apt since, more and more, it isn't just about "the web" but includes mobile (non-web, thnk txtng) & sharing content / experiences etc outside of the web, e.g. email (remember?!)

    Advertising Age - Homepage

  • Further, that the report concluded that the current market appears workably competitive and that there are no compelling indications of future issues.

    ScreenTalk

  • Abstinence has never been workably enforced in the whole of human history.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

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