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invaluable

invaluable

/ˌɪnˈvæɫjəbəɫ/
adjective
having incalculable monetary, intellectual, or spiritual worth
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Now of course, it's invaluable.

His legal background would become invaluable though as he forged a path toward activism.

I would argue that everything we have here is invaluable.

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formidable

formidable

/ˈfɔɹmədəbəɫ/, /ˌfɔɹˈmɪdəbəɫ/
adjective
inspiring fear
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The Athenians can’t match the formidable Spartan army on land.

Yet a rift had grown between these two formidable forces.

But this journey faces a formidable obstacle: gravity.

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permissible

permissible

/pɝˈmɪsəbəɫ/
adjective
allowed, particularly by the law or within a set of regulations
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This is now a permissible action.

I think that's permissible, Thanks

Yes, um, would it be permissible for me to maneuver your donuts?

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eligible

eligible

/ˈɛɫədʒəbəɫ/, /ˈɛɫɪdʒəbəɫ/
adjective
possessing the right to do or have something because of having the required qualifications
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So nobody is able to be eligible for it from now until September.

Still, many eligible workers don't know they qualify for benefits or they have trouble navigating the system.

The revolving loan program provides eligible candidates with up to $7,500 to be used for a down payment.

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pliable

pliable

/ˈpɫaɪəbəɫ/
adjective
able to adjust readily to different conditions
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When you are making tamales, you want to soak the corn husks until they're pliable.

Rawhide is a type of leather that is more pliable than others.

Um, bread's a lot more pliable than I would have first thought.

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foible

foible

/ˈfɔɪbəɫ/
noun
a behavioral attribute that is distinctive and peculiar to an individual
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Or you get close to a person's foibles.

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curable

curable

/ˈkjʊɹəbəɫ/
adjective
(of an illness or disease) capable of being cured
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I'm a curable optimist at the same time, being an amazing depressive.

And 20% of all deaths in developing countries are due to easily curable infectious diseases.

I'm very curious, it's good to be curable Jesus that Hug

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feasible

feasible

/ˈfizəbəɫ/
adjective
possible to be done
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To get to hundreds is very feasible.

While the electrification of aviation has been slow to start, the technology is starting to look more feasible.

Whether this will ever be commercially feasible remains MASKED in mystery.

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fungible

fungible

/ˈfəndʒɪbəɫ/
adjective
of goods or commodities; freely exchangeable for or replaceable by another of like nature or kind in the satisfaction of an obligation
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It’s also a good reminder that money is fungible.

It's not fungible.

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pleasurable

pleasurable

/ˈpɫɛʒɝəbəɫ/
adjective
affording satisfaction or pleasure
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This certainly isn't physically addictive or it isn't pleasurable.

This is just pleasurable.

Here, it attaches to opioid receptors, creating a surge of pleasurable sensations.

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legible

legible

/ˈɫɛdʒəbəɫ/
adjective
(of handwriting, print, etc.) capable of being read or deciphered
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It's more legible, etc.

Her untrained vocal cords would need a lot of practice before she was able to make legible speech.

The title is ornate but the rest of the document is in a very legible round hand.

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comestible

comestible

/kəmˈɛstəbəl/
adjective
suitable for use as food

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suggestible

suggestible

/səˈdʒɛstəbəɫ/
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susceptible or responsive to suggestion
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Number 7 is: suggestible.

And finally, Michael is so suggestible.

Seven, is suggestible, like easily influenced by others or circumstances.

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to quibble

to quibble

/ˈkwɪbəɫ/
verb
to complain or argue about something that is not important
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Asking questions is like quibbling with the doctor who is trying to save your life.

And when it came to this particular creature, he quibbled with Leidy’s quibbles with a fungal explanation.

You may quibble with the words and say that not a good word.

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to ramble

to ramble

/ˈɹæmbəɫ/
verb
continue talking or writing in a desultory manner
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I'm rambling, but...

Anyway, what am I doing, I'm sitting here rambling.

- Please continue to ramble.

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to garble

to garble

/ˈɡɑɹbəɫ/
verb
make false by mutilation or addition; as of a message or story
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It was just a bunch of mumbling garble, you know, like, they're eating the mic

It's garble to our ears.

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to dabble

to dabble

/ˈdæbəɫ/
verb
play in or as if in water, as of small children
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Obviously I've got a few bitcoin, like goin' out dabbling as I've learned more.

They were dabbling in content in that world of Netflix and Amazon and Disney+, etc.

You’ve dabbled in engineering if you’ve ever wondered what you can do with something.

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to addle

to addle

/ˈædəɫ/
verb
become rotten

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to befuddle

to befuddle

/bɪˈfədəɫ/
verb
be confusing or perplexing to; cause to be unable to think clearly

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