minable

adjective
min·able | \ˈmī-nə-bəl \
variants: or mineable

Definition of minable 

: capable of being mined

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Of course, self-exploiters should have the agency to draw a barrier around that exploitation, to allow only people of their choosing to feed off their minable identity. Richard Lawson, Vanities, "Why Won’t the Kardashians Open Their Hearts to Blac Chyna?," 3 Apr. 2017

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First Known Use of minable

circa 1570, in the meaning defined above

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