Definition of Repressibility

1. [n -TIES]



Lexicographical Neighbors of Repressibility

representative sampling
representatively
representativeness
representatives
represented
representer
representers
representing
representment
represents
repress
repressed
represser
repressers
represses
repressibility (current term)
repressible
repressible enzyme
repressilator
repressilators
repressing
repression
repression-sensitization
repressionist
repressions
repressive
repressively
repressiveness
repressor
repressor gene

Literary usage of Repressibility

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Introduction to Economics by John Roscoe Turner (1919)
"repressibility of desires. 15. The standard of life. 16. The notion of scarcity. 17. Desirability. 18. Utility. 19. Diminishing desirability. 20. ..."

2. Introduction to Economics by John Roscoe Turner (1919)
"repressibility of desires. 15. The standard of life. 16. The notion of scarcity. 17. Desirability. 18. Utility. 19. Diminishing desirability. ..."

3. The Constitutional and Political History of the United States by Hermann Von Holst, John Joseph Lalor, Ira Hutchinson Brainerd (1892)
"The ir- repressibility of the conflict could not be placed in a more glaring light. By means of that scaffold —the first erected in the United States for a ..."

4. The Constitutional and Political History of the United States by Hermann Von Holst, John Joseph Lalor, Paul Shorey, Ira Hutchinson Brainerd (1892)
"The most manifest proof that the time was near at hand when this would happen was Brown's act. The ir- repressibility of the conflict could not be placed in ..."

5. Clinical manual for the study of medical cases edited by James Finlayson (1886)
"When not inflamed, it may be recogni/.ed by its peculiar elastic resistance, with its repressibility upward and ready return. When inflamed and adherent it ..."

6. A History of English Literature for Students by Robert Huntington Fletcher (1916)
"... however, they offer eloquent testimony to the ir- repressibility of the romantic instinct in human nature. Dryden's most representative play of this ..."

7. A Practical Treatise on the Diseases of Women by John Thorburn (1885)
"Diagrammatic view of Douglas's Peritoneal lessness, its repressibility up 1'ouch (after Ranney). PP, Peritoneum ; R, Rectum : U, Uterus : B. Distended ..."

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