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drinkable

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adjective drink·able \ˈdriŋ-kə-bəl\

Simple Definition of drinkable

  • : able to be drunk

  • : having a pleasant taste

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of drinkable

  1. :  suitable or safe for drinking

drinkability

play \ˌdriŋ-kə-ˈbi-lə-tē\ noun

Examples of drinkable in a sentence

  1. This coffee is so hot it's not drinkable.

  2. <technically, that cheap stuff may be wine, but it's hardly drinkable>



1611

First Known Use of drinkable

1611


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drinkable

noun drink·able

Definition of drinkable

  1. :  a liquid suitable for drinking :  beverage



Examples of drinkable in a sentence

  1. <the thoughtful hostess offered her guests an assortment of alcoholic and nonalcoholic drinkables>



1708

First Known Use of drinkable

1708


DRINKABLE Defined for Kids

drinkable

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adjective drink·able \ˈdriŋ-kə-bəl\

Definition of drinkable for Students

  1. :  suitable or safe for drinking





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