- capable of being irrigated.
Origin of irrigable
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The application for segregation of 200,000 acres of irrigable land had been granted.The Lady Doc
Farnham's observation of the irrigable capacity of this region was correct.
Some of these are habitable, possessing fine springs and irrigable land.Trail Tales
James David Gillilan
Deep sunk in a subtropical valley, the irrigable alluvial land of Abancay tempts the production of sugar.The Andes of Southern Peru
Many of the lakes command no considerable area of irrigable ground, and there are no traces of ancient irrigation channels.Rambles and Recollections of an Indian Official
Word Origin and History for irrigable
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