Related formspa·pa·bil·i·ty, noun
Examples from the Web for papable
It's a sweltering hot day in London today, a real British heat wave with no a/c, and the Jubilee enthusiasm is papable.
These wants, papable as they are in times of peace, become doubly pressing in time of war.Ocean Steam Navigation and the Ocean Post|Thomas Rainey
The threat was too papable to be mistaken, nor was he sufficiently conversant with the world of policy to detect its fallacy.Roland Cashel|Charles James Lever