Definition of actionable
- actionable information
Firing people because of their age is actionable.
We've received actionable information that the men are hiding in these mountains.
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law : giving a reason to bring an action or a lawsuit against someone
: able to be used as a basis or reason for doing something
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of yeast or being unsettled or frivolous
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