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Definition of Connectable
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Literary usage of Connectable
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1. The Elements of Military Hygiene: Especially Arranged for Officers and Men by Percy Moreau Ashburn (1915)
"Total connectable attacks, 1010, or 62.8 per cent. ..." We believe, therefore, that personal contact was a very important factor, probably the most ..."
2. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1851)
"In the heights immediately to the west of Lake Superior, and possibly connectable with its waters, rises the river La Pluie, which rolls its current ..."
3. The Legal Observer, Digest, and Journal of Jurisprudence (1853)
"... that the conversations were connectable, and the intent to defraud one for the jury. The wife of a seaman was convicted ..."
4. Abstract of Report on the Origin and Spread of Typhoid Fever in U.S by United States Surgeon-General's Office, Walter Reed, Victor Clarence Vaughan, Edward Oram Shakespeare (1900)
"Indirectly connectable attacks, 447, or 27.79 per cent. Total connectable attacks, 1010, or 62.80 per cent. Certain tents were badly infected and the ..."
5. Allen's Synonyms and Antonyms by Frederic Sturges Allen (1920)
"... annex- able, connectable, appendable, etc. Cf. ATTACH. attachment, n. 1. joining (contextual), union (contextual), connection, annexation, ..."