Drinkable (adjective)

  1. Able to be consumed as a liquid.
  2. Suitable for consumption as a liquid.
  3. Fit to be drunk.

Origin:

From the verb "drink" and the suffix "-able" which forms adjectives from verbs. the word "drink" is old english "drincan" from proto-germanic "drinkan" from proto-indo-european "drengk-". .

Examples:

  1. This water is not drinkable.
  2. The wine was so drinkable that it was gone in no time.
  3. The drinkable yogurt was a hit with the children.
  4. The drinkable liquid was too cold for him to handle.
  5. This drinkable smoothie is packed with healthy ingredients.
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