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  • adjective Capable of being negated.


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negate +‎ -able


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  • Who do you wastes more of your tax dollars an hour (and with the same negatable results), the TSA guy or that spook looking at your phone records?

    extra! extra! mrs. frances best stays for week-end! 2006

  • All negatable options may have the prefix 'no' to turn off or disable the function specified.

    The Code Project Latest Articles Alberto Ferrazzoli 2008

  • That has two advantages: 1) It is not negatable (see every apologetic on the unfalsifiability of the sublime); 2) It makes a great loyalty oath --- agreement to the absurd proves one loyalty to the group, like killing a random passerby for a gang.

    Planet Atheism 2008


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