procurable

[ proh-kyoo r-uh-buh l, pruh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF procurable
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At Rome both these articles are procurable at a moment's notice.

And we have to retort that it is out of print, not procurable.

The official figures of quantity are not procurable since 1897.

If this is not procurable the sifted bran (Johnstone's) may be employed.

Potatoes were procurable in this part, but not higher up the river.

If a log such as I have described be not procurable, a hurdle or gate might be employed.

Everything was procurable from one source, and nothing could be procured anywhere else.

Fowls, and as much rice and fruits as can be wished, are procurable.

Then no food will be procurable, and to stay where they are would be to starve.

When this is not procurable, cress makes an attractive border to a salad.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-15c., from procure + -able. Related: Procurability.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PROCURABLE

acquirable

adjectiveavailable
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