Definition of appraisable in English:

appraisable

adjective

  • See appraise

    • ‘Apart from all of this, the important point is making it clear that maintaining a species just to use it in a show which relies on its suffering is neither an appraisable nor a noble act.’
    • ‘Statistics should make social developments and political action transparent and appraisable.’
    • ‘Lately I found nothing appraisable in the newspapers, there seems to be no progress.’
    • ‘The successes of your promotions are directly appraisable due to reliable reporting, transparent billing and secured payment.’
    • ‘This is why our various ways of responding to other people's sufferings are morally appraisable.’

Pronunciation

appraisable

/əˈpreɪzəb(ə)l/