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First published 1956 (SND Vol. IV).

GANGABLE, adj. 1. Passable; “applied to a road that can be travelled” (Abd. 1825 Jam.); 2. tolerable (Ib.); 3. negotiable, “used in reference to money that has currency” (Ib.).

[Gang, v. + suff. -able.]

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