countable countable  /ˈkaʊn tə bəl/


  • (adj) that can be counted



  1. In Broward County, the standard for a countable vote has been loosened, over Republican protests.
  2. As the arbitrary art of politics has grown to embrace the inexact science of economics, the economists have learned to measure everything countable and discountable.


  • Academics. Carolina Releases APR Scores

    All 19 of the University of South Carolina's countable intercollegiate sports posted a multi-year score of 950 or better for the second-consecutive year, according to the Academic Progress Rate (APR) statistics that were released today.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: South Carolina Gamecocks


  • "I still won't root against them," Massimino said. "It's very special. For Villanova and Jay Wright to give us the opportunity, to come down here especially since the game for him is a countable game, it's very, very special. That's what...
    on Nov 9, 2006 By: Rollie Massimino Source: San Diego Union Tribune

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