aimable

adjective
aim·able | \ ˈā-mə-bəl \

Definition of aimable 

: capable of being aimed at something independently aimable lenses … a posh but no-nonsense interior, which has comfortable seats, large controls and even aimable, closeable air vents … —Dan Jedlicka, Chicago Sun-Times, 18 Aug. 2002

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First Known Use of aimable

1944, in the meaning defined above

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