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Definition of Parsable
1. parse [adj] - See also: parse
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Literary usage of Parsable
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1. The Teaching of English Grammar: History and Method by Florus Alonzo Barbour (1901)
"... giving thus a regular and parsable construction ; and that the pronoun in "This book of mine is interesting," should be parsed as standing for both the ..."
2. Putnam's Monthly (1907)
"... for Mr. James gave us a series of long but perfectly parsable sentences— sentences that curiously enough were not in the least reminiscent of the manner ..."
3. Southey's Common-place Book by Robert Southey (1850)
"parsable tells me that the remoter and smaller cures of these counties were served by unordained persons till about 1740, when it was thought proper that no ..."