Definition of "actionable"
  1. A condition where enough evidence is present to satisfy legal conditions for filing a valid lawsuit. It indicates that the circumstances of the case can be legally addressed through a court proceeding. If a case lacks these prerequisites, it is deemed 'non-actionable'
How to use "actionable" in a sentence
  1. The breach of contract was clearly actionable, allowing the company to proceed with a lawsuit.
  2. The damages were not measurable and hence were not actionable.
  3. Despite the public outcry, the behavior was not legally punishable and therefore was not actionable.

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