procurable

[proh-kyoor-uh-buhl, pruh-]
adjective

Origin:
1605–15; procure + -able

nonprocurable, adjective
unprocurable, adjective
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procure (prəˈkjʊə)
 
vb
1.  (tr) to obtain or acquire; secure
2.  to obtain (women or girls) to act as prostitutes
 
[C13: from Latin prōcūrāre to look after, from pro-1 + cūrāre to care for]
 
pro'curable
 
adj
 
pro'curance
 
n
 
pro'cural
 
n

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The planes are connected together with diagonal guys of the finest piano wire procurable.
Authorized plants shall be equipped to produce only that work which is not deemed to be commercially procurable.
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