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Definition of the adjective Makeable

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  1. Able to be made

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Google previewA Critical Pronouncin Dictionary and Expositor of the English Language ... (1823)

To which are Prefixed Principles of English Pronunciation ... Likewise Rules to be Observed by the Natives of Scotland, Ireland, and London for Avoiding Their Respective Peculiarities ... by John Walker

UN MAKEABLE, fin-mäkä-bl. a. Not possible to be made. To UNMAKE, fin-make'. v. a. To deprive of qualities before possessed. To UNMAN, fin-man'. v. a. To deprive of the constituent qualities of a human being, ...

Google previewConcise Oxford English Dictionary (2011)

Book & CD-ROM Set by Angus Stevenson, Maurice Waite

— DERIVATIVES makeable (also makable) adj. — ORIGIN OE macian, of W. Gmc origin; rel. to MATcH'. make-believe V n. the action of pretending or imagining. V adj. imitating something real. V v. pretend; imagine. make-do V adj. makeshift or temporary. makeover V n. a complete transformation of the appearance of someone or something. maker V n. 1 a person or thing that makes or produces something. 2 (our, the ...

Google previewEnglish Dictionary (1835)

by Samuel Johnson

MAKEABLE", mo'-kā-bl. a. Effectible; feasible. Cotgrave. MośTE, make-bête. n.s.. [make and debate.] Breeder of quarrels. Sidney. MAKELESS", makes-lès. a. Matchless; not to be alled. Chaucer. Without a mate; deprived of a male. Shakspeare. MAKEPEACE, mäke'-pèse. n.s. reconciler. Shakspeare. MAKER, má-kår. 98. n.s. The Creator. Apostles' Creed. One who makes any thing. Pope. One...

Google previewJohnson's English Dictionary (1834)

by Samuel Johnson

MAKEABLE* , mā-kā-bl. a. Effectible; seasible. Cosgrave. MAKEBATE, mäkes-bête. n.s.. [make and debate.] Breeder of quartels. Sidney. MAKELESS", make-lès, 1. Matchless; not to be ualled. Chaucer. Without a mate; deprived a mate. Shakspeare. MAKEPEACE, mäke'-pèse. n.s. Peacemaker; reconciler. Shakspeare. MAKER, m \,-kår.

Google previewA Dictionary of the English Language (1828)

by Samuel Johnson, John Walker, Robert S. Jameson

MAKEABLE, (make'-a-bl) «. Effectible; feasible. MAKER, (uiake'-er) n. s. The Creator; one who makes anything. MAKEWEIGHT, (make- wate) n. «. Any small thing thrown in to make np weight. MAKING, (make'-ing) n. s. Composition ; structure ; form. MALADMINISTRATION. See MALADMINISTRATION.

Google previewA Commercial Dictionary (1803)

Containing the Present State of Mercantile Law, Practice, and Custom Intended for the Use of the Cabinet, the Counting-house, and the Library by Joshua Montefiore

makeable for the loss. A merchant. E X C. E X C.

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Scrabble value of M3A1K5E1A1B3L1E1

The value of this 8-letter word is 16 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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