Definition of checkable in US English:

checkable

adjective

  • See check

    • ‘They would require full, checkable, references and have to undergo police, ID and qualification checks and be checked against a Government blacklist when they reached England.’
    • ‘The account was detailed and contained many checkable facts.’
    • ‘This is about true identity, being known, being checkable, being used in order to ensure we know who is in the country, what they're entitled to and whether they're up to no good.’
    • ‘They claimed something that was eminently checkable, that this is what these documents showed.’
    • ‘What I don't get is when people lie over extremely stupid, extremely minor issues that are easily checkable and only serve to make the liar look like an idiot.’