slayable

slayable

(ˈsleɪəbəl)
adj
that may be slain for good reason
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But Binmore thinks this dragon is slayable, since people do guess at the happiness of others, even given that those others may have very different preferences.
These two holes are just a flick of the wrist for all of the field and the 196-yard third is also slayable. The 228-yard 14th is less of an opportunity, but a highfloating hybrid could get gobbled up by the hole.
Rig-Veda, the oldest existing scripture of the mankind, describes cow as aghnya (not slayable).