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Definition of "floatable" [float•a•ble]

  • That may be floated. (adjective)

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Use "floatable" in a sentence
  • "A stream on the farm is either public or private; its being navigable or "floatable" (suitable for floating logs) determining which."
  • "A constant input of "floatable" litter and debris washes over the dam from Spring Lake."
  • "The nuclear option for regulators would be to scrap money-market funds' fixed net asset value, or NAV, and make it floatable, like other mutual funds."