Definition of Destructible

1. Adjective. Easily destroyed. "Destructible glassware"

Attributes: Destructibility
Similar to: Abolishable, Destroyable
Derivative terms: Destroy, Destroy, Destructibility
Antonyms: Indestructible



Definition of Destructible

1. a. Liable to destruction; capable of being destroyed.

Definition of Destructible

1. Adjective. Liable to destruction; capable of being destroyed. ¹

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Definition of Destructible

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Destructible

destroyer escorts
destroyer leader
destroyer leaders
destroyer minesweeper
destroyer minesweepers
destroyers
destroyest
destroyeth
destroyin'
destroying
destroying angel
destroys
destruct
destructed
destructibility
destructible (current term)
destructibleness
destructing
destruction
destruction fire
destruction permit
destructionist
destructionists
destructions
destructive
destructive-metabolic(a)
destructive criticism
destructive distillation
destructive metabolism
destructively

Literary usage of Destructible

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1. A Treatise on the Rules Against Perpetuities, Restraints on Alienation and by Roland Roberts Foulke (1909)
"destructible Interests 378. A future interest destructible by the owner of the ... Mr. Gray's position appears to amount to this: when the destructible ..."

2. A Practical Treatise on the Law of Perpetuity: Or, Remoteness in Limitations by William David Lewis (1843)
"A contingent remainder at Common law being destructible by the determination of the particular-estate (by forfeiture, merger, or otherwise,) previous to its ..."

3. The Rule Against Perpetuities by John Chipman Gray (1886)
"Conditional Limitations at first held destructible like Contingent Remainders. § 142. It is said in the preceding section that no difference was at first ..."

4. The Physical Basis of Immortality by Antoinette Louisa Brown Blackwell (1876)
"All intermediate systems are variable and destructible.—The universal system is not destructible. The atom as a unit of the universal whole. ..."

5. Memoir of James Prescott Joule by Osborne Reynolds (1892)
"Thus, according to the general meaning attached to "force," it was universally and rightly held to be destructible, and the indestructibility of "force" ..."

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