Etymology
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breathable (adj.)
"that can be breathed," 1731, from breathe + -able.
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satiable (adj.)

"that can be satisfied," 1560s; see satiate + -able. Related: Satiability.

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snootful (n.)
"as much (liquor) as one can take," 1885, from snoot (n.) + -ful.
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preventable (adj.)

"that can be prevented or hindered," 1630s, from prevent + -able. Related: Preventability.

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mentionable (adj.)

"that can be or is worthy to be mentioned," 1630s, from mention (v.) + -able.

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plasmid (n.)

"genetic structure in a cell that can replicate independently of the chromosomes," 1952, from plasma + -id.

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suggestible (adj.)
1851, "capable of being influenced," from suggest + -ible. Meaning "that can be suggested" is from 1836. Related: Suggestibly; suggestibility.
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clasp-hook (n.)

"pair of hooks provided with a ring which can hold them together," 1841, from clasp (n.) + hook (n.).

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wryneck (n.)
1580s, from wry + neck (n.). The bird so called from the singular manner in which is can twist the neck.
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judicable (adj.)
1640s, from Late Latin iudicabilis "that can be judged," from iudicare "to judge," which is related to iudicem "a judge" (see judge (n.)).
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