Definition of Sanctionable

1. Adjective. That can be sanctioned. ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sanctionable

1. [adj]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Sanctionable

sanctifier
sanctifiers
sanctifies
sanctifieth
sanctify
sanctifying
sanctifyingly
sanctiloquent
sanctimonial
sanctimonies
sanctimonious
sanctimoniously
sanctimoniousness
sanctimony
sanction
sanctionable (current term)
sanctionary
sanctionative
sanctioned
sanctioning
sanctionless
sanctions
sanctities
sanctitude
sanctitudes
sanctity
sanctuaries
sanctuarize
sanctuarized
sanctuarizes

Literary usage of Sanctionable

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

1. A History of English Prosody from the Twelfth Century to the Present Day by George Saintsbury (1908)
"... evolution in this treatise, except that (certainly sanctionable by them) of using lines longer or shorter than the norm when the poet chooses to do so. ..."

2. Sir Robert Peel: From His Private Papers by Robert Peel, Charles Stuart Parker (1899)
"Labour, so far as it is true and sanctionable by the Supreme Worker and World Founder, may claim brotherhood with labour; the great work and the little are ..."

3. Carlyle and the Open Secret of His Life by Henry Larkin (1886)
"Labour, so far as it is true, and sanctionable by the Supreme Worker and World Founder, may claim brotherhood witb labour. ..."

4. Guatemala's Forgotten Children: Police Violence and Abuses in Detention by Lee Tucker, Human Rights Watch/Americas (1997)
"Few children we spoke with had complained about abusive treatment, either because they did not realize that such behavior is illegal and sanctionable, ..."

5. A History of English Prosody from the Twelfth Century to the Present Day by George Saintsbury (1908)
"... evolution in this treatise, except that (certainly sanctionable by them) of using lines longer or shorter than the norm when the poet chooses to do so. ..."

6. Sir Robert Peel: From His Private Papers by Robert Peel, Charles Stuart Parker (1899)
"Labour, so far as it is true and sanctionable by the Supreme Worker and World Founder, may claim brotherhood with labour; the great work and the little are ..."

7. Carlyle and the Open Secret of His Life by Henry Larkin (1886)
"Labour, so far as it is true, and sanctionable by the Supreme Worker and World Founder, may claim brotherhood witb labour. ..."

8. Guatemala's Forgotten Children: Police Violence and Abuses in Detention by Lee Tucker, Human Rights Watch/Americas (1997)
"Few children we spoke with had complained about abusive treatment, either because they did not realize that such behavior is illegal and sanctionable, ..."

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