remediable

[ ri-mee-dee-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF remediable
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All evils are remediable but one, that one which I dare not name.

But the evil which is remediable should be dealt with more in sorrow than anger.

I do not wish to be understood as saying that these defects are, in London at least, remediable.

He was safe for that day; nothing could yet have been done in his affairs that was not remediable.

But such trifles, after all, were accidental and remediable.

I do not express my sense of our misfortunes from any idea that they are remediable.

False imprisonment, in certain cases, is remediable by Habeas Corpus.

They took counsel with Feldmarschall Munnich on the matter; who, after study, declared it a remediable case.

This disorder, as it both contained two Greek appellations and was remediable, I was much inclined to prefer; when, behold!

To Napoleon the destruction of Moscow was a blow neither expected nor remediable.

WORD ORIGIN

1560s, from Middle French remédiable, from Latin remediabilis "that may be healed, curable," from stem of remediare, from remedium (see remedy (n.)).

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