adjectiveAustralian /NZ informal
Angry; furious: the idea of it gets him absolutely ropeable
More example sentences
- Talk about double cross - both the small banks and the Reserve Bank would be absolutely ropeable.
- The Speaker of the House of Reps whose orders CNN defied, is ropeable.
- Injured and ‘ropable‘, the two returned to the party but left soon after to go looking for their attackers.
Late 19th century: from the notion that the person requires to be restrained.
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