Definition of Lapsible

1. a. Liable to lapse.



Definition of Lapsible

1. Adjective. Liable to lapse. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Lapsible

1. lapse [adj] - See also: lapse

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lapsible

lapps
lappy
laps
lapsable
lapsang
lapsangs
lapsarian
lapsarians
lapse
lapse rate
lapsed
lapser
lapsers
lapses
lapsful
lapsible (current term)
lapsided
lapsing
lapstone
lapstones
lapstrake
lapstrakes
lapstreak
lapsus
lapsus calami
lapsus digiti
lapsus digitorum
lapsus linguae
lapsus linguæ
lapsus muris

Literary usage of Lapsible

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1. Writing of Today: Models of Journalistic Prose by John William Cunliffe, Gerhard Richard Lomer (1922)
"It I went to the place I had seen the col- some kind near me and put all my lapsible boat on the boat deck, and to 2 5 strength into an effort to swim to it ..."

2. Educational Problems by Granville Stanley Hall (1911)
"... most of those very deep but essentially transient and lapsible experiences of the seething age of the later teens and early twenties. ..."

3. The Principles and Practice of Gynecology: For Students and Practitioners by Emilius Clark Dudley (1908)
"A longer incision necessary for the delivery of such non-wl- lapsible tumors, is made upward and to the left of the umbilicus, with scissors, ..."

4. The True Intellectual System of the Universe: Wherein All the Reason and by Ralph Cudworth, Thomas Birch (1837)
"... own nature impeccable, but lapsible into vicious habits : whereas the Platonic noes are supposed to be such beings, as could never fall nor degenerate. ..."

5. The Irish Rebellion of 1916 and Its Martyrs: Erin's Tragic Easter by Padraic Colum, Maurice Joy (1916)
"... lapsible boat had come ashore near Tralee, County Kerry, from which three mysterious strangers had landed, two of whom had been placed under arrest. ..."

6. Surgery, Its Principles and Practice by William Williams Keen (1906)
"An abscess with thick, rigid, uncol- lapsible walls should not be treated Fio. 160.—SENN'B INJECTION SYRINGE. by aspiration and injection, as after emptying ..."

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