liable[ lahy-uh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF liable
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LIABLE
She certainly knew he was liable to go at any time, in exactly the way he did go.
And yet the idea cleaves to me strangely, and is liable to stick to my shroud.
How will every look, every action, even the most innocent, be liable to misconstruction!
And yet, if the law is strictly interpreted, the offender is liable.
Domestic care, like every other, is liable to degenerate into excess.
Still, anything was liable to happen when his unlucky star was in the ascendant.
You're liable to start a conflagration you can't stop, and that may consume yourself, is all.
"There's liable to be some more fun of the same kind," Wally informed him shortly.
And I'm liable to kill a few more before I'm through with the deal.
I am such a waif and stray everywhere, that I am liable to be drifted where any current may set.'