Adjective "actionable" definition and examples

(Actionable may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ˈakʃ(ə)nəb(ə)l/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Giving sufficient reason to take legal action.
  1. 'But that does not mean that all other inquiries are irrelevant on the issue of whether or not the defamation should be actionable.'
  2. '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.'
Able to be done or acted on; having practical value.
  1. 'We welcome the fact that the initiative is structured to be simple to administer yet provide accessible, relevant and actionable information.'
  2. 'And when, more precisely, is intelligence actionable?'
  3. 'It's sorting that information and collating it in an actionable form that you can go after a target.'
  4. 'Make this project actionable, so you feel value in having gone through the process.'
  5. 'This network provides each joint force with real-time, common, actionable, battlespace information.'
  6. 'Inspired by David Allen, I try to make each item into an actionable task and keep the top priorities at - yep, you guessed it - the top of the page.'
  7. 'These visualizations should empower users to display information and turn it into actionable knowledge.'
  8. 'And as I said earlier, we would have acted more had we had actionable intelligence.'
  9. 'First of all, on the intelligence aspects it's the hardest part of this, you know, the answer's always we don't need more troops we need more actionable intelligence.'
  10. 'A number of barriers to effective use of the food label were identified, and some actionable tips for dietetic practice were suggested.'

More definitions

1. furnishing ground for a lawsuit.

2. liable to a lawsuit.

3. ready to go or be put into action; ready for use: to retrieve actionable copy from a computer.

More examples(as adjective)

"trespasses can be actionable by people."

"rules can be actionable at suits."

"principles can be actionable on grounds."

"principles can be actionable in torts."

"people can be actionable in torts."

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