defendable defendable


  • (adj) capable of being defended


  1. By effective security arrangements we mean not only recognized boundaries but secure onesnamely, boundaries that are defendable with natural barriers.
  2. What validates the book is Novak's very recklessness his willingness to sweep beyond defendable limits.


  • Prep football: The preseason dream team

    The toughest part about selecting a preseason Dream Team was not who to choose but who to leave out. At quarterback, Roseville’s Jacques Perra and East Ridge super sophomore Seth Green would have been easily defendable choices.
    on August 28, 2013     Source: Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune


  1. "Sanath is a genius and he was ably supported by Dilshan," Sangakkara said at the post-match presentation ceremony. "They proved that with a good start you can put up a very defendable total. The main thing was to get momentum and I'm happy...
    on Jun 10, 2009 By: Kumar Sangakkara Source: AFP

  2. "I was just happy to get a hundred when we needed it and help us get to a total that was going to be defendable," Katich said. "It was never about anything other than that. As wickets fell (on Friday) I felt I had to knuckle down and make...
    on Nov 22, 2008 By: Simon Katich Source: The Age

  3. "In the long run, it is not defendable that the government department of only one country has oversight of an Internet function which is used by hundreds of millions of people in countries all over the world," Reding said.
    on May 4, 2009 By: Viviane Reding Source: Computerworld

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