droppable


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droppable

(ˈdrɒpəbəl)
adj
that may be dropped; capable of being dropped
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We worked fast, but the droppable radio didn't work.
Its glider had a steel tube fuselage, plywood wings and droppable gear that made it lighter while in tow.
My name-dropping fell off until I became an editor of a scholarly magazine [The American Scholar] that had an editorial board with some highly droppable names from the worlds of art, intellect, and scholarship: Lillian Hellman, Jacques Barzun, and Diana Trilling are a representative sample.
The MV700 also has front and rear winches, 600 lb rack capacity, 1,500 lb towing capacity, dual fuel tanks and is air droppable and sling capable.
Also on display are the air droppable LUU-2 and 19 (visible and infrared) and the M257/278 Hydra rocket launched illuminating flares (visible and infrared).
An old coach of mine used to say that beating one man was good, beating two was great, but trying to beat three was a droppable offence.