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Definition of "predictable" []

  • To state or make a declaration about in advance, esp on a reasoned basis; foretell (verb)
  • Able to be predicted. (adjective)

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Use "predictable" in a sentence
  • "I don't know what definition of "predictable" they've encountered, but in the one I know, "predictable" is what you were expecting and, when you don't get it, that's "unpredictable"."
  • "There is complete doubt, and your continuing efforts to spread debunked lies and disinformation is predictable from a fascist brownshirt retard."
  • "My HMO wants me to have a physical every year -- what you call a predictable expense -- because it increases the odds that it will catch an illness early when it is much less expensive to treat."