[ UK /ˈækʃənəbə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˈækʃənəbəɫ/ ]
  1. affording grounds for legal action
    slander is an actionable offense
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How To Use actionable In A Sentence

  • There aren't a lot of actionable business takeaways I can provide from her presentation.
  • Criminal Law is actionable officially by the prosecution of offenders.
  • Make this project actionable, so you feel value in having gone through the process.
  • We welcome the fact that the initiative is structured to be simple to administer yet provide accessible, relevant and actionable information.
  • Our ontological classification scheme provides actionable hormonal treatment strategies for all subtypes of human breast cancer.
  • Consequently, statements that merely express opinion are not actionable as defamation, no matter how offensive, vituperative or unreasonable they may be.
  • This network provides each joint force with real-time, common, actionable, battlespace information.
  • If a doctor were to operate on such patients, or give them other treatment, without their consent, he would commit the actionable tort of trespass to the person.
  • Does the installation of an extractor fan that protrudes into the airspace of an adjoining property constitute an actionable trespass?
  • The same prospect of litigation over unresolved — and perhaps unresolvable — scientific arguments was among the reasons that the accusations of lying in [an earlier case] were deemed to be nonactionable. The Volokh Conspiracy » Interesting Libel Decision Arising from the Vaccine / Autism Debate
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