Definition of Restable
1. stable [v -BLED, -BLING, -BLES] - See also: stable
Lexicographical Neighbors of Restable
Literary usage of Restable
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The French Revolution: A History by Thomas Carlyle (1892)
"... by their Committees, instantly to arrest all Persons Suspect; and explaining withal who the Ar- restable and Suspect specially are. ..."
2. Culture demanded by modern life by Edward Livingston Youmans (1897)
"... whilst the former is an unar- restable movement towards the fountain of truth, caring little fot cherished authorities or sentiments, but continually ..."
3. The Jurisprudence of the Privy Council: Containing a Digest of All the by Jean Joseph Beauchamp, Great Britain Privy Council (1891)
"... in terms of that will, not ar- restable. The only interest in respect of which their right to intervene in the present litigation is maintained, ..."