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Definition of "procurable" [pro•cur•a•ble]

  • Of things which may be procured. (adjective)

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Use "procurable" in a sentence
  • "The anticipation that a book will always be easily procurable is often unfounded, but, so long as the anticipation exists, it restrains collecting."
  • "We could then buy a change of underclothing, and daily consumed prodigious quantities of Dutch chocolate, also procurable from the canteen (which I afterwards bought in Holland for one-tenth of the price)."
  • "Indeed, very few books were procurable from the Dutch at Deshima."