Definition of memorizable in English:

memorizable

adjective

  • See memorize

    • ‘The obvious benefit is easily memorisable names for things like web pages and mailboxes, rather than long numbers or codes.’
    • ‘So in my childhood there were so many splendid and memorisable moments that I can tell about them all the time.’
    • ‘The main thrust of the diet can be summed up in a single, memorisable, and completely reasonable phrase: ‘Choose food that's nutrient rich, calorie poor, and delicious!’’
    • ‘‘I don't think you can create a password that is easily memorisable that is 20 characters long,’ Kirovski said.’
    • ‘The advantage here is that the access to often used functions is really quick and memorisable but still all functions are accessible easily.’