predict + -able
The newspaper delivered every morning is predictable.
- An example of predictable is a person who always shows up late.
- An example of predictable is the sun rising every morning.
The definition of predictable is a person for whom it is easy to anticipate actions, or something that is easy to foresee or anticipate what it will do.
- Like most bugs it is totally understandable and, given hindsight, totally predictable.
- This can be a great choice for buyers who need to make smaller, predictable payments during the first years of taking on the mortgage or those who do not plan to stay in the property for more than the fixed amount of time on the loan.
- As children grow, their shy temperament tends to display itself in predictable ways: for example, in play groups at age seven, shy children play by themselves, while more outgoing children seek to play together in groups.
- If you're simply looking for a piece of beautiful lingerie that isn't as predictable as a typical babydoll or teddy, selections at specialty lingerie stores, like Fredericks.com, aren't likely to disappoint.
- Blondes going brown often turn green or drab when the hair hasn't been filled properly, so avoid at-home coloring until your hair is predictable and the desired changes less drastic.