Definition of Mineable

1. Adjective. (alternative spelling of minable) ¹



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Definition of Mineable

1. minable [adj] - See also: minable

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mineable

mindstream
mindstreams
mindtool
mindtools
mindwipe
mindwiped
mindwipes
mindwiping
mine
mine arse on a bandbox
mine detector
mine disposal
mine field
mine pig
mine run
mineable (current term)
minecart
minecarts
mined
minefield
minefields
mineful
minefuls
minehillite
minelayer
minelayers
minelaying
minelike
mineola
mineolas

Literary usage of Mineable

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1. Ohio Circuit Court Reports: New Series. Cases Adjudged in the Circuit Courts by Ohio Circuit Courts (1907)
""All mineable coal in place passed absolutely to the grantees.'' 2d. "After such conveyance no interest in the mineable coal remained in the grantor subject ..."

2. Ohio Circuit Court Reports: New Series. Cases Adjudged in the Circuit Courts by Ohio Circuit Courts (1915)
"That there was no mineable or marketable coal on the property. 4th. That the plaintiff himself failed to comply with the terms of the contract by delivering ..."

3. South Eastern Reporter by West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, West Publishing Company, South Carolina Supreme Court (1906)
"... 300 acres of surface and coal designated as front land, and did not and could not secure title to at least 2500 acres of mineable and marketable coal, ..."

4. Source Book for the Economic Geography of North America by Charles Carlyle Colby (1921)
"In all, the areas containing mineable coal have been estimated to extend over 24000 square miles, but coal seams doubtless underlie a total area much larger ..."

5. Geological Survey of Michigan by Michigan Geological Survey (1900)
"... known in which the Sharon" (one of the lowest coals) "has been found of mineable thickness directly under a mineable thickness of the Kittaning coals. ..."

6. Luzerne Legal Register Reports (1917)
"Provided, however, in case a difference of opinion should arise between the parties hereto as to the amount of such merchantable and mineable coal remaining ..."

7. Cassier's Magazine edited by [Anonymus AC02877163] (1905)
"With the exception of these, practically all of the coal property which contains mineable coal has been acquired by the Virginia Anthracite Coal Company, ..."

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