furnishing ground for a lawsuit.
liable to a lawsuit.
ready to go or be put into ; ready for use:
to retrieve actionable copy from a computer.
“It is going to be great, even if only 10 percent is actionable,” the official said.
Day 2: Breaking News About Osama bin Laden’s Death The Daily Beast May 2, 2011
Non-fiction books are great because they provide you with a lot of interesting and often actionable knowledge.
The Best Apps for Developing Sherlock Holmes-Like Reading Skills Ari Meisel March 24, 2014
But the key word is actionable—I’m interested in questions you can act on, to possibly bring about change.
Warren Berger Tells How to Ask a ‘Beautiful Question’ Scott Goodson March 7, 2014
Thus, to import insanity or incompetency to a professional man, or that a public official is dishonest and corrupt is actionable.
Putnam’s Handy Law Book for the Layman Albert Sidney Bolles
Sir—If it be not actionable, permit me to say that you really are delightful!!
The Gentle Art of Making Enemies James McNeill Whistler
To discard a portion of your “cow” in front of a rapidly advancing stone is actionable.
Punch, Or The London Charivari, Vol. 146., January 21, 1914 Various
They can do all of wrong which is profitable, without that part which is actionable.
Twelve Causes of Dishonesty Henry Ward Beecher
Shocking and ungentlemanly terms, and what is worse, actionable.
Bardell v. Pickwick Percy Fitzgerald
Such a transaction as that between man and man would be actionable as a fraud.
About Ireland E. Lynn Linton
Eli Kirke glanced dubiously to the blasphemy box, as though my words were actionable.
Heralds of Empire Agnes C. Laut
(law) affording grounds for legal action
1590s; from action + -able.
furnishing ground for a lawsuit. liable to a lawsuit. ready to go or be put into ; ready for use: to retrieve actionable copy from a computer. adjective (law) affording grounds for legal action adj. 1590s; from action + -able.
- Actionable intelligence
noun information with a practical and relevant application, esp. about users of goods and services for purposes of business planning and strategy Usage Note business
adjective having a specific action, often identified in a preceding word Examples The firearms are fast-actioned.
noun (informal) a film with a fast-moving plot, usually containing scenes of violence noun a film that features action, often extreme or violent; thriller Examples The science fiction actioner opened last weekend. Usage Note film