bannable


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bannable

(ˈbænəbəl)
adj
1. able to be banned
2. (of an offence) for which one can be banned
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As a result, while the artificial demand for black rifles and bannable sorts of guns has indeed dropped, the market for concealed carry handguns remains strong.
There can be downsides to gaming, though, particularly if it is detrimental to daily functioning or if a person is engaging in toxic behaviours in online games such as cyber-bullying or"griefing." These are bannable offenses in most games; if your child is banned from a game he's been playing, this could be a warning sign that your child may be engaging in these types of behaviours.
While stream-sniping can be considered a bannable offence, stream-honking is well, just plain annoying.