factable

noun fac·ta·ble \ˈfakˌtābəl\

Definition of factable

plural

-s

  1. :  1coping

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Origin and Etymology of factable

alteration of earlier fractable, fract table, from Latin fractus (past participle of frangere to break) + English table — more at break


First Known Use: 1849


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