Definition of Disavowable

1. Adjective. Capable of being disavowed.

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Definition of Disavowable

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Disavowable

disavailed
disavailing
disavails
disavaunce
disavaunced
disavaunces
disavauncing
disaventure
disaventures
disaventurous
disavouch
disavouched
disavouches
disavouching
disavow
disavowable (current term)
disavowal
disavowals
disavowance
disavowed
disavower
disavowers
disavowing
disavowment
disavowments
disavows
disband
disbanded
disbanding
disbandment

Literary usage of Disavowable

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1. Antiquities of the Inns of Court and Chancery: Containing Historical and by William Herbert, William Dugdale (1804)
"... without any maner engine disavowable: and if they be othir than reson wole, ... but .it moste be without any engine therein disavowable; howbeit that ..."

2. Soldiers of Fortune in Camp & Court by Alexander Innes Shand (1907)
"disavowable he certainly believed it, for in the summer of 1646 he sought a secret interview with the captive King at Sherburne. Charles knew him for a man ..."

3. The Publications of the Selden Society by Selden Society (1895)
"And this may be either through judges who too long delay to do right, or by the duress of the keepers, or by other disavowable act. ..."

4. A Treatise on the Law of Replevin: As Administered in the Courts of the by Henry Ward Wells (1880)
"... etc., and the detaining also, as for a debt due, or a debt recovered. 2d. Where both are wrongful, such as are disavowable both in taking and detaining. ..."

5. The Mirror of Justices by Andrew Horne, William Joseph Whittaker, Frederic William Maitland (1895)
"... horse or other thing and use it beyond the time fixed at the hiring, and those who by the authority of their bailiwick make disavowable collections ..."

6. The Mirrour of Justices: Written Originally in the Old French, Long Before by Andrew Horne, William Hughes, Anthony Fitzherbert (1903)
"... plea in case of life, of imprisonment, of blood-shed, of false judgments, or of any thing disavowable of right without the king's writ, or commission. ..."

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