Definition of conveyable in English:

conveyable

adjective

  • See convey

    • ‘There is no doubt that they actually did exist, and it is accepted - there is no issue between us that the lots do exist and they are conveyable in that form.’
    • ‘The better-heeled folk prefer to use slowly and painstakingly the knife and fork to cut up the spicy stuff into chewable and more importantly, easily conveyable pieces.’
    • ‘They had to be long and solid, but at the same time sufficiently light and slender to be easily conveyable during seasonal moves.’
    • ‘In the Theaetetus, Plato uses the point that knowledge is conveyable, and also the point that knowledge requires first-hand experience of one's own.’