Definition of Reformability

1. Noun. The quality of being reformable; potential for reform. ¹



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Definition of Reformability

1. formability [n -TIES] - See also: formability

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reformability

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reformability (current term)
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Literary usage of Reformability

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1. The Mentality of the Criminal Woman: A Comparative Study of the Criminal by Clara Jean Weidensall (1916)
"Altogether, it seemed that the devise of some method for making an early and reasonably certain estimate of the criminal woman's reformability was as vital ..."

2. The Mentality of the Criminal Woman: A Comparative Study of the Criminal by Clara Jean Weidensall, Katharine Bement Davis (1916)
"Altogether, it seemed that the devise of some method for making an early and reasonably certain estimate of the criminal woman's reformability was as vital ..."

3. The Works of Orestes A. Brownson by Orestes Augustus Brownson, Henry Francis Brownson (1884)
"... institution of the papacy, and the authority of the pope as the supreme pastor and governor. of the church, and differ simply as to the reformability or ..."

4. Documents of the Senate of the State of New York by New York (State). Legislature. Senate (1914)
"Just as in 1824 the reformability of the child was proclaimed, so now the reformability of the " juvenile adult " and the younger adult was announced. ..."

5. The Dial edited by Francis Fisher Browne (1885)
"They, at least, have faith in the essential nobleness of human nature, in its reformability, arid would refuse, as the better sentiment of the heathen ..."

6. Punishment and Reformation: An Historical Sketch of the Rise of the by Frederick Howard Wines (1919)
"Undoubtedly they were far in advance of the opinions current at the time in regard to the reformability of human character. Perhaps the remarkable thing is ..."

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