availableness's

available

[uh-vey-luh-buhl]
adjective
1.
suitable or ready for use; of use or service; at hand: I used whatever tools were available.
2.
readily obtainable; accessible: available resources.
3.
having sufficient power or efficacy; valid.
4.
Archaic. efficacious; profitable; advantageous.

Origin:
1425–75; late Middle English; see avail, -able

availability, availableness, noun
availably, adverb
interavailability, noun
interavailable, adjective
nonavailability, noun
unavailability, noun
unavailable, adjective
unavailableness, noun
unavailably, adverb


1. accessible, usable, handy.


1. unavailable.
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available (əˈveɪləbəl)
 
adj
1.  obtainable or accessible; capable of being made use of; at hand
2.  derogatory (US) politics suitable for public office, usually as a result of having an inoffensive character: Smith was a particularly available candidate
 
availa'bility
 
n
 
a'vailableness
 
n
 
a'vailably
 
adv

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available
mid-15c., "beneficial," also "valid, effective, capable of producing the desired effect," from avail + -able. Meaning "at one's disposal, capable of being made use of" is recorded from 1827. Related: Availability (1803).
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