Definition of Abatable

1. Adjective. Capable of being abated.

Similar to: Stoppable
Derivative terms: Abate



Definition of Abatable

1. a. Capable of being abated; as, an abatable writ or nuisance.

Definition of Abatable

1. Adjective. Capable of being abated. ¹

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Definition of Abatable

1. abate [adj] - See also: abate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Abatable

abasing
abasingly
abask
abastard
abastarded
abastarding
abastardize
abastardized
abastardizes
abastardizing
abastards
abat-vent
abatable (current term)
abatable nuisance
abatacept
abatage
abatages
abate
abated
abatee
abatees
abatelement
abatelements
abatement
abatement of a nuisance
abatements
abater

Literary usage of Abatable

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1. Britton by Francis Morgan Nichols (1865)
"... ou autre manere de erreur, par taunt est le bref abatable. ... it should have been a vill, or any other kind of error, the writ is thereby abatable. ..."

2. Four Thirteenth Century Law Tracts: A Thesis Presented to the Faculty of the by George Edward Woodbine, Ralph de Hengham (1910)
"... si est le bref abatable. Ou en bref de trespas, ou mention ne est pas de coe mot contra pacem pur passer la nature de bref en ..."

3. The Ohio Nisi Prius Reports by Ohio Courts (1920)
"But this action seeking a permanent injunction does not disclose a definite theory; plaintiff fails to show whether it is an abatable and continuing ..."

4. Britton: An English Translation and Notes by Francis Morgan Nichols (1901)
"... thereby abatable for fault in such writ, for it ought to have said, ' \vhich the tenant holds.' And if he does not demand land or tenement in demesne, ..."

5. A Treatise on the Law of Municipal Corporations by Howard Strickland Abbott (1905)
"The delivery of slops by a distillery to carts and wagons in a public street held a public nuisance and abatable. Gould v. City of Rochester, 105 NY 46. ..."

6. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1882)
"So if it appears of record by the confession of the demandant in the course of the pleading?, the writ is abatable for the whole, if the tenant choose to ..."

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