chargeable chargeable  /ˈtʃɑr dʒə bəl/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) liable to be accused, or cause for such liability

Usage(s):

  1. Together the magazines were losing him nearly $60,000 a month, and of this the greater share was chargeable to The American Home, 10 home-furnishing monthly founded in 1928.
  2. Jack will be able to pay the prize money, without damage to his skinflint radio reputation : it will all be chargeable to program promotion, deductible for income tax.
  3. It is not chargeable to women any more than to men, and I want it understood I favor the franchise to women as their natural right.

News

  • Anker 12,000mAh battery charges multiple devices

    With Anker‘s latest Astro3 external battery, you can charge up to three devices simultaneously. The 12,000mAh battery has plenty of power to keep Android, iOS, or any other USB-chargeable devices going no matter how long your day is. Anker says the Astro3 is a “versatile external battery pack with three USB ports including a Smart [...]
    on July 25, 2013     Source: The Gadgeteer

Quotes

  1. "It's a misdemeanor, it's a chargeable offense and I think the district attorney should certainly go after the management of this hospital," Mayor Bloomberg said.
    on Dec 2, 2008 By: Michael Bloomberg Source: CBS News

  2. "We know of all the accidents we've had," George said. "Since 2005, we haven't had an accident chargeable to (Groome.) We've had individuals back into (buses) though, especially at complexes."
    on Sep 24, 2008 By: David Lloyd George Source: The Auburn Plainsman

  3. As Chief Justice Clarence Thomas wrote in his dissenting opinion, "The common law of war establishes that Hamdan's willful and knowing membership in al-Qaeda is a war crime chargeable before a military commission."
    on Jun 29, 2006 By: Clarence Thomas Source: Council on Foreign Relations

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