Definition of Drainable

1. a. Capable of being drained.



Definition of Drainable

1. Adjective. Capable of being drained. ¹

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Definition of Drainable

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Drainable

dragster
dragsters
dragstrip
dragstrips
drail
drailed
drailing
drails
drain
drain-trap stomach
drain basket
drain plug
drain the cup
drain the lizard
drain the main vein
drainable (current term)
drainage
drainage area
drainage basin
drainage basins
drainage ditch
drainage pipe
drainage system
drainage tube
drainages
drainboard
drainboards
draincock
draincocks
draine

Literary usage of Drainable

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1. Missions: American Baptist International Magazine by Woman's American Baptist Foreign Mission Society (1911)
"In northern Minnesota one drainable tract of 400000 acres has been surveyed ... This process is to go on for years since there are 10000000 drainable acres ..."

2. Evidence and Arguments Before the Committee on Charles River Dam Appointed by Henry Smith Pritchett (1903)
"I notice you said here " drainable on the combined or separate system." Do you mean now? Mr. FRENCH. At the present time there are comparatively large ..."

3. Evidence and Arguments Before the Committee on Charles River Dam Appointed by Henry Smith Pritchett (1903)
"I notice you said here " drainable on the combined or separate system." Do you mean now? Mr. FRENCH. At the present time there are comparatively large ..."

4. The Principles of Psychology by William James (1908)
"It is that the deepest paths are formed from the most drainable to the most draining cells; that tite most drainable ceils are those which have just been ..."

5. Topographic Instructions of the United States Geological Survey by Geological Survey (U.S.) (1913)
"S Swamps: Se Easily or readily drainable. Sd drainable with difficulty. Grazing and natura! hay land (fig. 7; yellow ruling) : H Lands with sufficient ..."

6. Elements of General Science by Otis William Caldwell, William Lewis Eikenberry (1918)
"The United States Geological Survey estimates that in this country there are over 100000000 acres of undrained swamp land, much of which is drainable. ..."

7. Transactions of the International Engineering Congress, 1915 (1916)
"... for obtaining a properly drainable sludge. The constructive details are varied of course to suit local conditions, but, generally speaking, ..."

8. The History of the Drainage of the Great Level of the Fens, Called Bedford by Samuel Wells (1830)
"Waten, pits, holes and mear- grounds not drainable, vested in the Earl of Bedford, though no part of the ┬╗5000 acres. Antient river┬╗ and drains to remain to ..."

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