capable of being administered: a bureaucracy so vast that it's no longer administrable.

1810–20; administr(ate) + -able

nonadministrable, adjective
unadministrable, adjective Unabridged
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Example sentences
The test was convenient for drivers, protected personal privacy, and proved to be easily administrable.
Plaintiffs argued that a clear administrable definition of dusted shrimp is not achievable.
These standards are intended to provide objective and administrable guidelines for determining employment tax liability.
The device is small, inexpensive, self-administrable and can be stockpiled for rapid deployment in the case of a pandemic.
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