Scenery vs fixed in place vs take-able objects...

I should have asked this much earlier, and I could find nothing about it in the manual (surprisingly)–

But should I ever need to do this (haven’t so far), is there any way to differentiate a take-able object from one that is not?? Or more specifically, without having to say, in a rule–

if the noun is not scenery: if the noun is not fixed in place:

Just curious, because it is conceivable that I might need a rule like this.


Specifically, is there a single designation for take-able objects?

“Portable” is the opposite of fixed in place, and scenery objects are by default also fixed in place unless you take pains to specify otherwise. So

if the noun is portable

should do what you want.

Thanks again, Mike! (slapping my head)