Able to be reached or obtained.
- The 'Trinity Audit Ale' is not come-at-able, as I've found to my great grief when dining at that table.
- Still, twenty thousand pounds in diamonds, in a box easily come-at-able, sealed with the French Syndic's seal, was worth having.
- The Chancellor of the Exchequer seemed, in this instance, to snatch the cash directly wherever it was come-at-able.
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