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adjective as in curable

adjective as in reparable

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In recent years, scientists have been finding new ways to build and improve haptic devices.

When implemented thoughtfully, such innovations can improve overall business processes.

If they’ve found the magic about how all these companies could improve their profit, I’m sure that everyone would love to see that solution.

Most of them seem to have improved and we have allowed them to return to play.

It has continually improved upon its built-in editing features, and knowing how to use them will help you get your shots looking their best without switching apps.

The living is valued at £140 a year, but perhaps it may be improvable.

My object will be to obtain a farm of large acreage and poor land, but improvable by better drainage and an outlay of capital.

When you tell him that his soul is not improvable by material conditions, you prevent him from making himself better than he is.

God himself has decreed it, in giving us expansible desires and improvable faculties.

We have just pointed out the importance of reserving the schools for defectives for improvable cases.


On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to improvable, such as: correctable, amenable, capable, corrigible, healable, and mendable.

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