communicable

[ kuh-myoo-ni-kuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF communicable

Synonyms for communicable

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Antonyms for communicable

  • incontractable
  • noncommunicable
  • noncontagious
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Oh, how convey any warning of this terrible knowledge, which is not communicable by words!

To be communicable it must become picture or sensible object.

Diphtheria is an acute, specific, infectious, communicable disease.

Many diseases and much sickness are preventable that are not communicable.

But the outcome has to be expressed in words if it is to be communicable.

And so it has been with the Germ Theory of communicable diseases.

Of all communicable things, reflection and gravity are the most contagious.

This results from the communicable nature of human intelligence.

An intuitive argument is not communicable, and, therefore, it is no argument at all.

The Emperor's devotion seems to have been a communicable flame.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., from Old French communicable, from Late Latin communicabilis, from communicare (see communication).

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