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Definition of "realizable" [re•al•i•za•ble]

  • Capable of being realized or achieved. (adjective)

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Use "realizable" in a sentence
  • "We expect to sell most of these loans in the fourth quarter and believe that our remarks are conservative and reflect near term realizable market values of these properties."
  • "Conservatives, above all, should be the ones who can differentiate between an ideal, to which it is good to aspire, and the realizable, which is often what we can realistically manage in an imperfect world."
  • "A considerably more realizable goal would be to identify quality, relevant educational material available on the Internet and provide access to that using a white-list at the exclusion of everything else."