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    Why is adjective 'pursuable' not there like 'doable' and 'workable'?

    Why is adjective 'pursuable' not there like 'doable' and 'workable'?

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    Re: Why is adjective 'pursuable' not there like 'doable' and 'workable'?

    http://www.dictionary.com/browse/pursuable

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    Re: Why is adjective 'pursuable' not there like 'doable' and 'workable'?

    It's possible, especially informally, to add -able to pretty well any transitive verbs. Many of these theoretically possible words will not be recorded in most dictionaries unless they have been noted often.
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