Once upon a time, between 10 and 14 years ago, in an accelerated maths class in a distant land known as Newcastle, the students were playing anagrams on the board. It must have been after an exam.
Binable!, Brian insists. “It’s a word. I can put something in the bin, so it’s Bin-able. Like other -able words.”
If I recall correctly there were many groans, and wouldn’t be surprised if things were thrown.
Throwable things, of course.