One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Occasionally a couple of gentlemen have appealed for old, obsolete or broken but mendable woodworking tools.’
- ‘In recent years, materials scientists have been trying to emulate this capability by developing synthetic self-healing or easily mendable materials for products ranging from aerospace parts to athletic gear.’
- ‘A pit in the Panayia field, west of the long sixth-century building, yielded a large quantity of mendable pottery including a wide variety of amphoras.’
- ‘Let Lancelot carry her off while they can still leave Arthur's heart broken but mendable.’
- ‘It may even, and here I am speculating, herald the beginning of a party rift that may still prove not to be mendable.’
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