viewable

[vyoo-uh-buhl]
adjective
1.
capable of being viewed; visible.
2.
having sufficient interest to warrant being seen; worthy of being viewed: a viewable movie.

Origin:
view + -able

unviewable, adjective
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view (vjuː)
 
n
1.  the act of seeing or observing; an inspection
2.  vision or sight, esp range of vision: the church is out of view
3.  a scene, esp of a fine tract of countryside: the view from the top was superb
4.  a pictorial representation of a scene, such as a photograph
5.  (sometimes plural) opinion; thought: my own view on the matter differs from yours
6.  chance or expectation: the policy has little view of success
7.  (foll by to) a desired end or intention: he has a view to securing further qualifications
8.  a general survey of a topic, subject, etc: a comprehensive view of Shakespearean literature
9.  visual aspect or appearance: they look the same in outward view
10.  law
 a.  a formal inspection by a jury of the place where an alleged crime was committed
 b.  a formal inspection of property in dispute
11.  a sight of a hunted animal before or during the chase
12.  in view of taking into consideration
13.  on view exhibited to the public gaze
14.  take a dim view of, take a poor view of to regard (something) with disfavour or disapproval
15.  with a view to
 a.  with the intention of
 b.  in anticipation or hope of
 
vb
16.  (tr) to look at
17.  (tr) to consider in a specified manner: they view the growth of Communism with horror
18.  (tr) to examine or inspect carefully: to view the accounts
19.  (tr) to survey mentally; contemplate: to view the difficulties
20.  to watch (television)
21.  (tr) to sight (a hunted animal) before or during the chase
 
[C15: from Old French veue, from veoir to see, from Latin vidēre]
 
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The screen is viewable from nearly any angle and easily seen outdoors.
And if so much treasure is required, then the data must be viewable by all and overwhelming.
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