• Definition for "finable"
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finable definition

  • adjective:
    • Punishable by a fine.
    • Liable or susceptible to a fine.
    • Punishable by an excellent.
    • Liable or subject to a fine.
    • prone to an excellent
    • prone to a superb
    • Punishable by a fine.
    • Liable or subject to a fine.
    • liable to a superb
    • Punishable by an excellent.
    • Liable or susceptible to a fine.
    • liable to an excellent
    • Punishable by an excellent.
    • Punishable by a superb.
    • Liable or susceptible to a superb.
    • Liable or subject to a superb.
    • Punishable by an excellent.
    • Punishable by an excellent.
    • liable to a fine
    • Liable or subject to a fine.
    • prone to a superb
    • Liable or susceptible to a superb.
    • prone to an excellent
    • liable to a superb
  • others:
    • susceptible to a superb or penalty: as, a finable offense; individuals are finable for many functions.
    • effective at being processed, clarified, or purified.
    • Subject to a superb or penalty: as, a finable offense; individuals tend to be finable for several acts.
    • Capable of being processed, clarified, or purified.
    • at the mercy of a superb or penalty: as, a finable offense; individuals tend to be finable for several functions.
    • effective at being refined, clarified, or purified.
    • Subject to a fine or penalty: as, a finable offense; individuals are finable for several functions.
    • Capable of being refined, clarified, or purified.
    • at the mercy of a fine or punishment: as, a finable offense; persons tend to be finable for many functions.
    • Subject to a superb or penalty: as, a finable offense; people are finable for certain functions.
    • Capable of becoming processed, clarified, or purified.
    • with the capacity of becoming processed, clarified, or purified.
    • at the mercy of a fine or punishment: as, a finable offense; persons tend to be finable for several acts.
    • at the mercy of a fine or penalty: as, a finable offense; individuals tend to be finable for several functions.
    • with the capacity of becoming refined, clarified, or purified.
    • effective at becoming processed, clarified, or purified.
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