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get-at-able

adjective
1.
(informal) accessible
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  • He must be 'get-at-able' by visitors, tradespeople, postmen, and all sorts and conditions of men.

    Rogues and Vagabonds George R. Sims
  • The outrage was designed to keep that pistol of mine in a get-at-able place.

  • It possesses a good library which is get-at-able, and not like others belonging to the church which are very difficult of access.

    Cathedral Cities of Spain William Wiehe Collins
  • The next night our men went out and brought one in who was near and get-at-able, and buried him.

    With our Fighting Men William E. Sellers
  • He was whisked to the door of the building, immediately secreted himself in the directors' room and was not get-at-able.

    My Adventures with Your Money George Graham Rice
  • He needs a mother who can talk with him and answer his questions, who is not stern and severe, but responsive and get-at-able.

  • The defect is it is really oil the river, not on the sea, but the neighbouring bays are so get-at-able we have settled here.

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