signable

[sahy-nuh-buhl]
adjective
suitable for signing, as in being satisfactory, appropriate, or complete: a signable legislative bill.

Origin:
1795–1805; sign + -able

nonsignable, adjective
unsignable, adjective
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sign (saɪn)
 
n
1.  something that indicates or acts as a token of a fact, condition, etc, that is not immediately or outwardly observable
2.  an action or gesture intended to convey information, a command, etc
3.  a.  a board, placard, etc, displayed in public and inscribed with words or designs intended to inform, warn, etc
 b.  (as modifier): a sign painter
4.  an arbitrary or conventional mark or device that stands for a word, phrase, etc
5.  maths, logic
 a.  any symbol indicating an operation: a plus sign; an implication sign
 b.  the positivity or negativity of a number, quantity, or expression: subtraction from zero changes the sign of an expression
6.  an indication or vestige: the house showed no signs of being occupied
7.  a portentous or significant event
8.  an indication, such as a scent or spoor, of the presence of an animal
9.  med Compare symptom any objective evidence of the presence of a disease or disorder
10.  astrology Compare sign of the zodiac
 
vb (often foll by to)
11.  to write (one's name) as a signature to (a document, etc) in attestation, confirmation, ratification, etc
12.  to make a sign; signal
13.  to engage or be engaged by written agreement, as a player for a team, etc
14.  (tr) to outline in gestures a sign over, esp the sign of the cross
15.  (tr) to indicate by or as if by a sign; betoken
16.  (intr) to use sign language
 
[C13: from Old French signe, from Latin signum a sign]
 
'signable
 
adj

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Example sentences
In the case of marquees or canopies, signable area shall be the area of the marquee or canopy wall on which the sign is proposed.
The court held that an unclosed contract was not as signable.
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