reachable

[ reech ]SEE DEFINITION OF reachable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REACHABLE

Neither set of followers was reachable by the other propaganda.

This was the only reachable place that had looked like game country.

On the contrary, they are most widely known throughout the store; most reachable, both within their offices and without.

He waited temptingly in reachable places and even lured one of his enemies to attack him.

He pats a building at its reachable point—a stone balustrade at a step corner.

His head was tilted a little, his hands were on his hips except when he used them to push and test and try some reachable part.

Probably not—Eddorian surveys had found no trace of any such life in any reachable plenum.

WORD ORIGIN

1520s, from reach (v.); earliest use is of stretches of water. Meaning "extent of reaching" is from 1540s; that of "act of reaching" is from 1560s.

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