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teasable

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tease +‎ -able

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teasable (comparative more teasable, superlative most teasable)

  1. Able to be teased.
    • 1993, Jodi O'Donnell, Still Sweet on Him, page 90:
      It's just a harmless joke, she told herself over and over, but after the events of today with Drew, it seemed to drive home his true view of her. To him, she was and always would be Nate's little sister, teasable, headstrong.

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