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-ably in a manner that indicates the capability of or tendency toward performing, or being the object of, (such) an action.
-ibly variant of -ably.
ably in a competent or skillful manner.
abolishable combined form of abolish.
abominable deserving of disgust; hateful. [2 definitions]
absolve to free from consequences, blame, or guilt. [3 definitions]
allowable capable of being allowed; permissible.
apply to make use of or put to use. [6 definitions]
available able to be had for use or purchase; at hand. [2 definitions]
bill1 a written statement listing items or services and their cost. [7 definitions]
blamable deserving blame; guilty.
bluebell any of various plants with blue, bell-shaped flowers.
eligible qualified for a benefit, privilege or position, such as elective office. [2 definitions]
flyable ready or able to be flown.
illegible difficult or impossible to read or decipher.
labelable combined form of label.
obey to follow or carry out the command, instruction, or wishes of (someone). [4 definitions]
oblate of a spheroid, being somewhat flattened at the poles. (Cf. prolate.)
obligate to bind legally or morally; constrain. [3 definitions]
oblique not parallel or at right angles to a line or plane; slanting or inclined. [5 definitions]