use predicable in a sentence.
I guess that was something that was pretty predicable too: a Tsunami floods basements - who would ever have thought of that!?
Unless you modify the behaviour of the human population to make it more unthinking, repetitive and predicable.
Actually, many routers have easily predicable WPA2 passwords.
Conversely, Apples does have a history of long-term support for the products they do release, so in that sense, the future is extremely predicable ...
Eg, I once had a Poker playing game on an Amstrad that used a PRNG with a very predicable seeding strategy.
I've had the Pro account since pre-acquisition days, and I have to admit there was something strangely comforting in a predicable UX that never changes...
Well its not really "insurance" if it covers a condition that is not just predicable, but probable.
It's essentially bad because the generated secret keys are predicable, to the point where a single CPU could crack them in minutes, which is obviously undesirable.
As if religious belief is based on years and years and years of research, experimentation and the creation of predicable models.
After checking it out, I asked myself "Do I want to download this app more than if it was presented to me in a more dry, professional, predicable way?