Definition of Corrigibility

1. n. Quality of being corrigible; capability of being corrected; corrigibleness.



Definition of Corrigibility

1. Noun. The quality or state of being corrigible. ¹

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Definition of Corrigibility

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Corrigibility

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corridor disease
corridor of uncertainty
corridor warrior
corridor warriors
corridorless
corridorlike
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corridos
corrie
corries
corrigenda
corrigendum
corrigent
corrigibilities
corrigibility (current term)
corrigibleness
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corrinoid
corrinoids
corrins
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corrivalled
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corrivalries
corrivalry
corrivals
corrivalship
corrivate

Literary usage of Corrigibility

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1. The Journal of Educational Research by American Educational Research Association (1922)
"Teachers are sometimes disposed to bring cases of truancy, in- corrigibility, and indifference to the attention of the Measurement Department with the idea ..."

2. Adolescence: Its Psychology and Its Relations to Physiology, Anthropology by Granville Stanley Hall (1904)
"... and conditional sentences—Flogging—Degrees of corrigibility and recidivism—The larger view— Suggestions for academic ethics. IN all civilized lands, ..."

3. Annual Report by Correctional Association of New York (1904)
"The necessity of a prison established on reformatory principles for offenders above the age of legal minority, but not beyond the age of corrigibility, ..."

4. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Edward Aloysius Pace (1922)
"... grave external reasons combined with hopeless in- corrigibility; if the religious is a diocesan sister she can be dismissed by her local ordinary; ..."

5. Annual Report by Correctional Association of New York (1871)
".Now, to judge of the moral condition of a criminal, to appreciate his degree of corrigibility, it is not enough to weigh the intrinsic gravity of the ..."

6. The Individual Delinquent: A Text-book of Diagnosis and Prognosis for All by William Healy (1915)
"... and then proceeds to class all " moral deviates " according to corrigibility and incorrigibility. The second class alone contains the moral imbeciles. ..."

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