[ UK /sˈɜːtɪfˌaɪəbəl/ ]
- fit to be certified as insane (and treated accordingly)
capable of being guaranteed or certified
a certifiable fact
How To Use certifiable In A Sentence
- Those that are responsible for hiring her are certifiable morons who should also be fired.
- Sent to Australia for every crime you'd care to mention, Billie Gould is given the task by the prison surgeon, one of the many certifiable characters in the novel, to paint exotic fish for the Royal Academy back home in London.
- Believing in demons is one thing; believing you have the ability to call up a supernatural being with infinite power and perfection who will cause demons to move on at your behest seems certifiable.
- Chrissie, on the other hand, in my opinion, has to be certifiable. FALLEN WOMEN
- But if he wins a big victory here, then he will look like a certifiable front-runner, having won back-to-back victories in Iowa and New Hampshire.
- Because of us all, Rudy's by far the one who comes closest to being genuinely certifiable. THE SAVING GRACES
- Like its predecessors, the album arrives just in time for Spring and comes bearing more than a few certifiable vernal jams.
- Developers mid-way through construction who blithely ignored the warning signs about leaky homes and waterproofing have unsaleable, even uncertifiable properties.
- Nash is a certifiable genius and a certifiable paranoid schizophrenic who we watch go through shock treatments and delusions galore.
- Soon, the talk-show producer decides she has not found Mr Right but a certifiable wacko.