actionable

[ak-shuh-nuh-buhl]
adjective
1.
furnishing ground for a lawsuit.
2.
liable to a lawsuit.
3.
ready to go or be put into action; ready for use: to retrieve actionable copy from a computer.

Origin:
1585–95; action + -able

actionability, noun
actionably, adverb
nonactionable, adjective
nonactionably, adverb
unactionable, adjective
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actionable (ˈækʃənəbəl)
 
adj
law affording grounds for legal action
 
'actionably
 
adv

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Example sentences
Others-- please stop whining unless you have specific, actionable, better
  solutions.
The book is accessible and actionable, with its signature, crisp design and
  lively text.
If it were actionable, there would not be courts enough in the whole world to
  try the causes in.
Even the forecasting gems, if they could be recognized, are too often not
  profitably actionable.
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