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Thanks to all who have confirmed that browsable is the better choice
between the two spellings.
I agree that it is jargon, but jargon is precisely what is needed here,
as we are distinguishing among several types of
find/browse/graze/discover/serendipitize/stumble over in describing some
content consumption modes for our user interface.
The document audience will be fully jargon-capable. It's not for a user
guide or anything else that will be read by regular users.