writable or write·a·ble [rahy-tuh-buh l] Examples adjective

  1. capable of being written or set down in writing.
  2. Computers. capable of recording data: writable DVDs.

Related formsun·writ·a·ble, adjective Examples from the Web for writable Historical Examples of writable

  • It is not writable, unless one could write with blood and tears.

    All the Days of My Life: An Autobiography

    Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr

  • I’m in such a writable mood to-night that I don’t know what to begin on, and I reckon I’ll know less about where to stop.

    The Annals of Ann

    Kate Trimble Sharber

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