MEANING: adjective: Capable of being understood.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin scrutari (to examine), from scruta (trash), which also gave us scrutiny, scrutator, and scrutate. Earliest documented use: 1604.

SPRUTABLE - the list of gluten-free products

SCOUTABLE - can be examined in advance, so as to Be Prepared

SCRUMTABLE - what you play rugby on at the pub