eatable

[ ee-tuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF eatable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EATABLE

"I wish I had them, av they were eatable," said Saladin, as he turned away.

As to Doms, nothing that is at all eatable comes amiss to them.

Like Buster, he lives on anything he can find that is eatable.

In every lot there are orange-trees, with oranges on them; but they are not the eatable fruit.

What interested me more than all these was the sight of several articles that were eatable.

The Fucus esculentus, a kind of eatable sea-weed on our northern shores.

The pulp of the bread-fruit between the rind and the core is all eatable.

There are but three houses round London at which an eatable dinner may be obtained.

They saw nothing that was eatable—fish, flesh, fowl, or vegetable.

Most of them are eatable, and the skins of all of them sell for a good deal of money.

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