rightable


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rightable

(ˈraɪtəbəl)
adj
capable of being righted
ˈrightably adv
ˈrightableness n
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but taken as a whole, that is a rightable situation and not something we should panic about.
Mr Bradley told the SDLP conference in Belfast on Saturday: "We have a 50-50 recruitment process to make right what was not rightable by any other process.
He added the process "was got as an aberration to right an old wrong and to make right that which was not rightable by any other process".