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workable

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishworkablework‧a‧ble /ˈwɜːkəbəl $ ˈwɜːr-/ adjective  1 POSSIBLEa workable system, plan etc will be practical and effective a workable solution to the problem a workable timetablesee thesaurus at possible2 MAKEa substance that is workable can be shaped with your hands workable clay for making pots
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workablea workable and safe solutionworkable clayIt does not just redress an historic wrong; it perfects a workable future.Ores, which are economically workable mineral deposits, are highly concentrated occurrences of useful minerals.A new plan provides for loans to students, but to make the system workable more government funding will be needed.Getting your goal clear in your mind is the first step in making a dream real, workable, possible.The descent to the Main Cliff and Upper tier remains serious, but no workable remedy has been found so far.This may provide the first observable category of classroom behaviour for a workable schedule.The National Curriculum orders for each study unit need to be turned into meaningful and workable schemes of work and class activities.There is a dispute over land but we believe we have found a workable solution to this problem.
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