gettable gettable


  • (adj) capable of being obtained



  1. But even if they have recently been more up for grabs than he would like to admit, it's hardly safe to assume that every one of the states Rudy mentions as gettable is at the .
  2. KT, anyone still against Obama's plan after tonight was never "gettable" to begin with -- whether CongresssCritter or private citizen.
  3. To someone like Bill Gates, the idea doesn't seem as immediately "gettable," or as unique, as Hotmail.


  1. Australia captain Ricky Ponting said: "What a fantastic game of cricket. India batted well up front and kept some wickets in hand. I don't think we did a bad job in the field and that total was gettable, but it wasn't to be.
    on Oct 8, 2007 By: Ricky Ponting Source: Buckingham Today

  2. "I don't think we bowled well towards the end of the innings, but the target was gettable after we got such a fine start," said Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni. "But we could not get another partnership going and lost too many wickets in...
    on Sep 16, 2007 By: Mahendra Singh Dhoni Source: Melbourne Herald Sun

  3. "I was happy with the way we bowled. I think the total was gettable, but we lost wickets in the middle order and that cost us the match," said England skipper Paul Collingwood. "Hopefully, we can improve and get a win next time."
    on Oct 1, 2007 By: Paul Collingwood Source: AFP

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untenable untenable
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