One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘And one of the things that delights any child is the sight of a tree full of ripe fruit freely pickable.’
- ‘If the loopholes by which car doors could be broken into were corrected, I guarantee you that the locks would be pickable - cars have to be built so that they can be broken into, paradoxically.’
- ‘But it can feel like a war if you have been watching a crop like gooseberries grow and ripen, swelling into pickable perfection and then find that a bird, insect or disease has got to them first.’
- ‘Ingenious 200 years ago, they are eminently pickable today.’
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