assailable[ uh-seyl ]SEE DEFINITION OF assailable
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Martin was that species of man which, of all others, is most assailable by flattery.
But the character of a minister is the most assailable of that of any of the professions.
She was assailable;—and, as this was so, why the mischief should he not set about the work at once?
While she had been engaged to Captain Aylmer, Will had felt that she was not assailable.
The north and west sides are the most assailable parts of the city.
My friend saw it, and hit him in a Frenchman's most assailable quarter.
Yet Grenville apparently never dreamt that his position was assailable.
It was a painful case; but the chain of inference was not assailable.
I asked him to make the reconnoissance and designate the assailable points.
In other words, Mrs. Sowler's head was only assailable by hot grog, when hot grog was administered in large quantities.