from The Century Dictionary.

  • Capable of being tilled; being under cultivation; arable.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Archaic Arable; tillable.

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  • adjective archaic arable; tillable


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  • earable, n.

    Stowe Boyd, Gigaom, September 2014:

    And last week, Motorola offered another take on wearables: Motorola Hint is an earable. Hint is a bluetooth earbud that can cooperate with smart phones through voice commands, or perhaps more grandly, a means to remain connected to the world without manually fiddling with devices, but simply using your voice.

    April 18, 2015

  • earable, n.

    readwrite, May 2014:

    Earable computers, or earables, will look like existing audio accessories—earbuds, headphones, and the like. The inexorable trend towards miniaturization and wireless connectivity will mean that these devices will soon untether themselves from smartphones and connect us to news, entertainment, and people on their own.

    April 18, 2015