Definition of "come-at-able" [come-at-able]

  • Easily accessible (adjective)

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Use "come-at-able" in a sentence
  • "After these came a second set; among the most come-at-able of whom were Mr.. and Miss Bates, and Mr.. Goddard, three ladies almost always at the service of an invitation from Hartfield, and who were fetched and carried home so often, that Mr. Woodhouse thought it no hardship for either James or the horses."
  • "Poor girl! she was barely fifteen, and without this consent her little amount in the funds was not come-at-able until five immeasurable summers had "dragged their slow length along.""
  • "Hobson's choice, as water was not to be found anywhere else at a come-at-able distance."
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