That can be released: releasable documents; releasable prisoners. (adjective)
Intended or configured to release: releasable ski bindings. (adjective)
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Use "releasable" in a sentence
"He was interviewed by officers and signed what is called a releasable warrant."
"Marcus's job is to come in after all that's been done and try and sculpt it into some kind of releasable format."
"Officials declined to speculate on the numbers of prisoners who might end up in any of the three categories of "releasable," "triable" or "non-triable.""