anticable

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

anti- +‎ cable

Adjective[edit]

anticable (comparative more anticable, superlative most anticable)

  1. Opposing cable television.
    • 1998, F. Leslie Smith, John W. Wright (II.), David H. Ostroff, Perspectives on radio and television: telecommunication in the United States
      Most anticable rhetoric centered on the operator's role as carrier and gatekeeper of broadcast signals...

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