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scrutable

scrutable

adjective scru·ta·ble \ˈskrü-tə-bəl\

Definition of SCRUTABLE

:  capable of being deciphered :  comprehensible

Examples of SCRUTABLE

  1. <she thinks that she's a sly and subtle schemer, but her machinations and motives are all too scrutable to those of us who know her>

Origin of SCRUTABLE

Late Latin scrutabilis searchable, from Latin scrutari
First Known Use: circa 1600

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