And both with one consent reioyced in reuenge, whereof the passion was importable.
It is only to pay for importable goods that gold ever leaves the country in which the owner resides.
So he went back to the others among the shrubs and they all crowded round their leader full of importable news.
Or the supply of importable food may fail by the peopling up of the countries which grow it.
"consequence, importance," 1580s; sense of "that which is imported" is from 1680s; both from import (v.).
An out-of-town date brought to a dance, party, etc (1940s+ Students)