alarmable

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Etymology[edit]

alarm +‎ -able

Adjective[edit]

alarmable (comparative more alarmable, superlative most alarmable)

  1. Easily alarmed; excitable.
    • 1979, N. K. Buxton, ‎Derek Howard Aldcroft, British industry between the wars (page 167)
      Everyone was alarmed, including Sir Harry McGowan, not usually the most alarmable of men.
  2. (rare) Of a building, etc.: capable of being fitted with an alarm system.

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