scrutable definition by Webster's New World
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not inscrutable; open to being understood
Origin: Late Latin an unverified form scrutabilis: see inscrutable
scrutable definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Capable of being understood through study and observation; comprehensible.
Origin: Late Latin scrūtābilis, searchable, from Latin scrūtārī, to search; see scrutiny.