Definition of Remissible

1. a. Capable of being remitted or forgiven.



Definition of Remissible

1. Adjective. Capable of being remitted or forgiven. ¹

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Definition of Remissible

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Remissible

reminted
reminting
remints
remiped
remipede
remipedes
remipeds
remis
remise
remised
remises
remising
remiss
remissful
remissibility
remissible (current term)
remissibleness
remissibly
remission
remission induction
remission induction chemotherapy
remission of sin
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remissly
remissness
remissnesses
remissory
remit
remitment

Literary usage of Remissible

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1. Theological Institutes: Or, A View of the Evidences, Doctrines, Morals, and by Richard Watson (1850)
"... that, by the death of Christ, the sins of every man are rendered remissible, and that salva tion is consequently attainable by every man. ..."

2. Outlines of Criminal Law: Based on Lectures Delivered in the University of by Courtney Stanhope Kenny (1907)
"Accordingly the punishment of these two offences is not remissible; (except, of course, by passing a special Act of Parliament, an anomalous interference ..."

3. The Concept of Mortal Sin in Early Christianity by Hubert Louis Motry (1920)
"The reason why the cotidiana, are remissible is Christ's intermediation, the reason why the ... Tertullian's reference to remissible sin is, therefore, ..."

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