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> > I have been using the word 'engageabilty' and neither
> > nor 'engagability' exists in any dictionary I have seen. It
> > is jargon, but appropriate for the context. Which spelling do
> > you think I should use for this nonexistent word?
> Kath, use "able to be engaged." That'll learn 'em.
How about making up another new word? Engageableness! Or would that be
engagableness? Same problem. D'oh! ;-)
Is it Friday yet?
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