One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘These are all offensive, but somewhat ignorable, qualities.’
- ‘Still, this hardly puts enough of a blight on the play - if anything, MacDonnell is eminently ignorable - to stop me from recommending it unreservedly.’
- ‘Then there's the back-channel chatter among bloggers about one of our own that's crossed the line from ignorable to Orange-alert levels.’
- ‘But in her fall, we were all ignorable outsiders.’
- ‘Previously, an attack on a French ship or an attack on an Indonesian resort unfamiliar to Americans would be ignored in America as only part of the usual white noise playing in the eminently ignorable outside world.’
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