What is the suffix able and ible?


The adjective suffixes able and ible mean 'capable of' 'fit for, or 'worthy of'
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accessible. addible. admissible. alible. apprehensible. ascendible. audible. bible. biocompatible. coercible. cognoscible. collapsible. collectible. combustible. comestible. commonsensible
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The suffix -ible means capable of.
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