adjective air·a·ble \ˈer-ə-bəl\

Definition of airable

  1. :  suitable or appropriate for broadcast on radio or television In sensitive cases, the executive producer or editor may even seek legal advice before deciding what is airable and what is not. — Ross M. Gardner, Practical Crime Scene Processing and Investigation, 2005

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Origin and Etymology of airable

4air + able

First Known Use: 1961

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to criticize severely

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