roll|a|ble

roll|a|ble
roll|a|ble «ROH luh buhl», adjective.
that can be rolled.

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  • list´a|ble — list1 «lihst», noun, verb. –n. 1. a series of names, numbers, words, or phrases; catalog or roll usually consisting of a column or series of names, figures, words, or the like: »a shopping list. 2. all the stocks or other securities officially… …   Useful english dictionary

  • tum|ble — «TUHM buhl», verb, bled, bling, noun. –v.i. 1. to fall headlong or in a helpless way, as from stumbling or violence; be precipitated: »The child tumbled down the stairs. 2. to fall prone; fall (down) to the ground. 3. to stumble by tripping (over …   Useful english dictionary

  • wam|ble — «WOM uhl, WAM », verb, bled, bling, noun. Dialect. –v.i. 1. a) to feel nausea. b) (of the stomach or its contents) to be felt to roll about (in nausea). 2. to move unsteadily; stagger; totter; …   Useful english dictionary

  • in´com|pre|hen´si|ble|ness — in|com|pre|hen|si|ble «IHN kom prih HEHN suh buhl», adjective. 1. impossible to understand: »She was perfectly incomprehensible to me (Dickens). Miss Lane s pronunciation, however, was incomprehensible to most of the critics (New York Times). 2.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • in|com|pre|hen|si|ble — «IHN kom prih HEHN suh buhl», adjective. 1. impossible to understand: »She was perfectly incomprehensible to me (Dickens). Miss Lane s pronunciation, however, was incomprehensible to most of the critics (New York Times). 2. Archaic. illimitable;… …   Useful english dictionary

  • vol´u|ble|ness — vol|u|ble «VOL yuh buhl», adjective. 1. ready to talk much; having the habit of talking much; fond of talking; talkative: »He is a voluble speaker. 2. having a smooth, rapid flow of words: »a voluble oration. SYNONYM(S): See syn. under fluent.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • vol|u|ble — «VOL yuh buhl», adjective. 1. ready to talk much; having the habit of talking much; fond of talking; talkative: »He is a voluble speaker. 2. having a smooth, rapid flow of words: »a voluble oration. SYNONYM(S): See syn. under fluent. (Cf.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • bor´row|a|ble — bor|row1 «BOR oh, BR », transitive verb. 1. to get (something) from another person with the understanding that it must be returned: »Can I borrow your book to read at home and then return in a few days? 2. to take and use as one s own; adopt:… …   Useful english dictionary

  • tum|ble|bug — «TUHM buhl BUHG», noun. any one of various beetles that roll up a ball of dung in which to lay their eggs …   Useful english dictionary

  • Rollable — Roll a*ble, a. Capable of being rolled. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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