Is watchable correct?

Is watchable correct?

detectable; apparent. interesting or enjoyable to watch: a watchable TV talk show.

What does watchability mean?

adj. 1. capable of being watched. 2. interesting, enjoyable, or entertaining: a watchable television documentary.

What can I say instead of watched?


  • minded.
  • patrolled.
  • surveillant.
  • vigilant.
  • watchful.

What is the synonym of compelling?

Some common synonyms of compel are coerce, constrain, force, and oblige. While all these words mean “to make someone or something yield,” compel typically suggests overcoming of resistance or unwillingness by an irresistible force.

How do you say worth watching?

“It’s worth watching” is correct. The other example needs the word “it,” as in, “It’s worth it to take the time to watch this movie.”

Are worth waiting for?

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsomething is (well) worth waiting forsomething is (well) worth waiting forspoken used to say that something is very good, even though it takes a long time to come Their new album was worth waiting for.

What is the meaning of worth it?

enjoyable or useful despite the fact that you have to make an effort: It was a long climb to the top of the hill, but the view from the top was worth it.

What is the meaning of must watch?

: something (such as a film) that must or should be seen.

Is it watched or watched?

B (Spl). “I watched” is used in simple past tense. “I have watched” is used in present perfect tense. “I have been watching” is used in present perfect continuous tense.

What is the synonym of luminous?

Some common synonyms of luminous are bright, brilliant, lustrous, and radiant.

What does it mean to find something compelling?

Compelling means attractive, or irresistible, or really, really convincing. You know your argument for backpacking across Europe is compelling when your parents not only let you go but also pay for all your expenses. A compelling argument compels you to agree with its logic –– it’s irresistible.

Is compel a positive word?

Compel has more of a neutral meaning than a positive or negative one. So does compelling. For example, you may feel compelled to dye your hair blue because all your friends are doing it, but you may also feel compelled to comfort a child who is crying. Evoking interest is not necessarily a positive thing, either.

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