as·​sess·​able ə-ˈse-sə-bəl How to pronounce assessable (audio)
: capable of being assessed: such as
: subject to valuation for the purposes of taxation
At the close of the roll, the value of all assessable properties in Solano County was $55 billion, Tonnesen said.Rachel Raskin-Zrihen
: capable of being evaluated critically often against comparable data
First of all, the only standards that are assessable are the ones outlined in our curricula. A student's grade should reflect level of performance against these standards.David Staples

Examples of assessable in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web New Braunfels is looking into increasing roadway-impact fees to 100 percent of the maximum assessable fees, meaning the city would be collecting the most it is allowed to collect. Megan Rodriguez, San Antonio Express-News, 31 Aug. 2022 Three to five spaces of at least 5,000 square feet are needed from around Thanksgiving through the end of March in the downtown Portland area, outer East Portland and in Gresham that are easily assessable via public transportation, biking or walking. oregonlive, 31 Oct. 2020 All this information comes directly from IRC publications, and all accounting systems must be able to provide a complete and accurate assessable account of their data which can be presented to an IRS Revenue agent at any time. Karlton Dennis, Forbes, 3 Oct. 2022 The study establishes a maximum assessable roadway impact fee that varies in different areas of the city. Megan Rodriguez, San Antonio Express-News, 31 Aug. 2022 The City carried a debt of $2,500 on an assessable basis of $2 million. Kevin Dayhoff,, 9 Jan. 2022 These programs are typically forgettable, lack assessable impact, and, studies show, ineffective. Rita Omokha, Wired, 26 May 2021 On-campus students will also adapt to the new online learning program in their classrooms which be also be assessable to them away from school if needed. Alvaro Montano, Houston Chronicle, 11 July 2020 See More

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Word History

First Known Use

1683, in the meaning defined above

Time Traveler
The first known use of assessable was in 1683

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“Assessable.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 24 Sep. 2023.

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