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synonyms for revocable

  • capricious
  • fickle
  • fluctuating
  • mercurial
  • protean
  • shifting
  • unpredictable
  • unsettled
  • unstable
  • varying
  • volatile
  • changeful
  • mutable
  • agitated
  • commutative
  • convertible
  • fitful
  • flighty
  • fluid
  • impulsive
  • inconstant
  • indecisive
  • irregular
  • irresolute
  • irresponsible
  • kaleidoscopic
  • mobile
  • movable
  • permutable
  • restless
  • reversible
  • skittish
  • spasmodic
  • transformable
  • transitional
  • uncertain
  • unreliable
  • unsteady
  • vacillating
  • vagrant
  • variable
  • variant
  • versatile
  • wavering
  • whimsical

antonyms for revocable

MOST RELEVANT
  • calm
  • constant
  • stable
  • steadfast
  • steady
  • unvarying
  • certain
  • changeless
  • fixed
  • lasting
  • reliable
  • sure
  • unchangeable
  • undeviating
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How to use revocable in a sentence

Two common estate planning documents are a last will and a revocable living trust.
ESTATE PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE OF YOUR HOMEJEFF HAMMERBERGJANUARY 30, 2022WASHINGTON BLADE
There can be no dower in a mere personal privilege, or in a revocable license pertaining to land.
PUTNAM'S HANDY LAW BOOK FOR THE LAYMANALBERT SIDNEY BOLLES
Every contract on a negotiable note is incomplete and revocable until its delivery.
PUTNAM'S HANDY LAW BOOK FOR THE LAYMANALBERT SIDNEY BOLLES
George, however, wished to have the power to nominate a regent by an instrument revocable at pleasure.
THE POLITICAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND - VOL. X.WILLIAM HUNT
A week, but a short week, to come, before my fate is irrevocably fixed; or revocable only by the hand of death!
MEMOIRS OF MISS SIDNEY BIDDULPHFRANCES SHERIDAN
Besides, this part of the agreement was revocable at my pleasure.
FOUR YEARS IN FRANCEHENRY DIGBY BESTE
The exercise of powers that were defined and limited, that were temporary and revocable, called for scrutiny and direct control.
LECTURES ON THE FRENCH REVOLUTIONJOHN EMERICH EDWARD DALBERG-ACTON
A mere agreement for a user of a hall was a license revocable at will, even when for a valuable consideration.
A FEW WORDS ABOUT THE DEVILCHARLES BRADLAUGH
Government, therefore, exists only at the Sovereign's pleasure, and is always revocable by the sovereign will.
THE SOCIAL CONTRACT & DISCOURSESJEAN-JACQUES ROUSSEAU
The Squire of Field Place having thus again given his son an income (revocable at will) of 200l.
THE REAL SHELLEY, VOL. I (OF 2)JOHN CORDY JEAFFRESON
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