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First published 1960 (SND Vol. V).

KENABLE, adj. Obvious, easily recognisable (Sh., ne.Sc. 1959).Ayr. 1891 H. Johnston Kilmallie xviii.:
“And the puir lassie's condition is kenable?” . . . “It was owre kenable, Marget.”

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