Definitions for recallable
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
re•callrɪˈkɔl; rɪˈkɔl, ˈri kɔl for 7-13(v.; n.; v.t.)
to bring back from memory; recollect; remember.
to call or order back:
to recall an ambassador.
to bring (one's thoughts, attention, etc.) back to matters previously considered.
to revoke or withdraw:
to recall a promise.
(n.)an act of recalling.
the act or possibility of revoking something.
the removal or the right of removal of a public official from office by a vote of the people.
a summons by a manufacturer for the return of a product, as from a consumer, because of a known defect or hazard in it.
Origin of recall:
Capable of being recalled (retrieved from one's memory).
The number of recallable words from the list was much smaller after 24 hours.
Capable of being recalled (brought back from service etc.).
capable of being recalled