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drinkable in Drink topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdrinkabledrink‧a‧ble /ˈdrɪŋkəbəl/ adjective  1 DFDwater that is drinkable is safe to drink2 DFDwine, beer etc that is drinkable is of good quality and tastes pleasant
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drinkableHowever it was pleasantly dry and very drinkable.Said to have an intense Chardonnay fruit character, we found it dry, smooth and very drinkable.El Vino is unusual in offering so many traditional wines of a drinkable age, and prices compare well across the board.Left to its own devices, real ale stays in a drinkable condition for about a week.There is no reason why this water needs to be of drinkable quality.The icy drinks will help keep perishables cold yet thaw slowly to the drinkable stage in the hours before the picnic.The process is used commercially to obtain drinkable water from sea water.Alternatives: Very little else that's drinkable without any alcohol at all.