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impeccable

impeccable

/ˌɪmˈpɛkəbəɫ/
adjective
without fault or error
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Maybe that analysis is impeccable, but it's very narrow.

But even this impeccable copying process can occasionally be... somewhat, peccable.

There were impeccable records describing his pathology at the time of his demise.

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plausible

plausible

/ˈpɫɔzəbəɫ/
adjective
apparently reasonable and credible, and therefore convincing
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Isn't it plausible that's a reason that people care about going.

Now, astrophysicists have decided it is plausible.

Yeah, that sounds more plausible.

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flammable

flammable

/ˈfɫæməbəɫ/
adjective
easily ignited
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Another lifting gas, hydrogen, is more dangerous to use because it's more flammable.

Even those flammable lithium ion batteries can find a new life with the proper procedures.

Also, you should probably assume that every liquid in a lab that is not water is flammable.

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despicable

despicable

/dɪˈspɪkəbəɫ/
adjective
morally reprehensible
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- I work with a lot of wisecrackers, but you're despicable.

You're despicable.

If you thought this was despicable behavior, though, wait until you hear the next bit.

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debatable

debatable

/dəˈbeɪtəbəɫ/
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capable of being disproved
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But the scientific reasons why hexagons seem to be everywhere are debatable.

Now, whether that those expectations were reasonable is something that is perhaps debatable.

That's debatable.

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affable

affable

/ˈæfəbəɫ/
adjective
diffusing warmth and friendliness
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But Stephen, you’re very affable, you’re really sociable.

Take Jamie, here an affable chap who's part of a British startup called Carv.

Take Jamie here, an affable chap who's part of a British startup called Carv.

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eatable

eatable

/ˈitəbəɫ/
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suitable for use as food
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It is eatable?

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vincible

vincible

/vˈɪnsəbəl/
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susceptible to being defeated

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negotiable

negotiable

/nəˈɡoʊʃəbəɫ/
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legally transferable to the ownership of another
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Safety is not negotiable.

What if rest was the non negotiable thing in your life?

Everything is negotiable.

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compatible

compatible

/kəmˈpætəbəɫ/
adjective
able to exist and perform in harmonious or agreeable combination
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The DNA isn't compatible.

Their services are compatible with most operating systems, including Windows, MacOS, iOS, and Android.

so, are we compatible.

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reducible

reducible

/ɹəˈdusəbəɫ/
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capable of being reduced
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Maybe humans and other animals are not reducible to algorithms.

Ian may be living every kid's dream, but he's still reducible to his numbers of likes.

This one is reducible and this one is irreducible.

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actionable

actionable

/ˈækʃənəbəɫ/
adjective
affording grounds for legal action
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But we need some actionable steps.

Things need to be actionable, and things need to be measurable.

I would say that our customers are demanding more actionable information faster than ever.

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redoubtable

redoubtable

/ɹiˈdaʊtəbəɫ/
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inspiring fear

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risible

risible

/ɹˈɪzəbəl/
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arousing or provoking laughter

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vulnerable

vulnerable

/ˈvəɫnɝəbəɫ/
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susceptible to attack
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We just wanted to get away especially because nobody else was around, and we're vulnerable.

So those are just some good things and bad things about being vulnerable on the Internet.

And then nobody talked about how people with disabilities can be and are more vulnerable to suicide ideation.

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culpable

culpable

/ˈkəɫpəbəɫ/
adjective
deserving blame or censure as being wrong or evil or injurious
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Darity argues that as the culpable party, the government needs to foot the bill.

Aren't you a bit morally culpable?

The Jews are more culpable in the death of Jesus.

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forcible

forcible

/ˈfɔɹsəbəɫ/
adjective
impelled by physical force especially against resistance
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Those ranged from forcible rape to various forms of coercion.

Forcible inspiration and expiration of air on his part had no effect.

Sometimes it's a forcible graduation.

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reparable

reparable

/ɹɪpˈɑːɹəbəl/
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capable of being repaired or rectified

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tractable

tractable

/ˈtɹæktəbəɫ/
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easily managed (controlled or taught or molded)
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It's more tractable than the hard problem.

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treasonable

treasonable

/tɹˈiːzənəbəl/
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having the character of, or characteristic of, a traitor

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