completable

completable

(kəmˈpliːtəbəl)
adj
able to be completed
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My guess is that most long-term runners are a little addicted to their practice, viewing each run not as work or even as a step toward some completable goal but as valuable and necessary time spent alone with the self.
With a main storyline clocking in at a mere 90 minutes and the rest of the cooperative multiplayer elements completable with just a dozen or so more hours (mainly of grinding), "Rise of Iron" feels more like a throwaway addition before "Destiny 2" comes out next year rather than its own worthwhile endeavor.
"If it is true that a work of art is not, in itself, completable, what is the criterion for appropriate reception and understanding?" (94).
The prefix changes the construal from an activity that can go on without producing a result to a completable process that yields a result.
Paul Eshleman urged participants, and those whom they represent, to adopt unreached (or "unengaged") people groups so that this "completable" task may be accomplished.
This recommendation is accompanied, however, with a warning to refrain from adding too many items, and thereby defeating the purpose of a brief and quickly completable evaluation tool.
We are not spectators of a complete or completable cosmos.
By the strongest possible contrast, the insight at the heart of this quasi-term is that democracy is never a completable project within a designated space or time.
5 Who would take part in a Messier marathon, an event only completable in early spring?
Efe and Alaca [3] gave a natural way the problem of obtaining necessary and sufficient conditions for an intuitionistic fuzzy metric space to be completable. Gregori et al.
Other approaches to plan maintenance include using completable plans (Gervasio and DeJong 1994) and allowing agents to switch back and forth between two or more plans in support of multiple, orthogonal goals.