come-at-able

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come-at-able ‎(comparative more come-at-able, superlative most come-at-able)

  1. easily accessible
    • before steamboats made Greenwich so come-at-able there were many families of distinction who resided there and in its environs — especially in the autumn of the year, when the river offered much amusement.Frederick Marryat, "Poor Jack", 1840.

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