Definition of Terminable

1. Adjective. Capable of being terminated after a designated time. "A terminable annuity"

Similar to: Impermanent, Temporary



Definition of Terminable

1. a. Capable of being terminated or bounded; limitable.

Definition of Terminable

1. Adjective. Having an ending, finite. ¹

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Definition of Terminable

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Terminable

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termagancy
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termatarium
termatary
termbase
termbases
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termer
termers
termes
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termgraphs
terminable (current term)
terminable interest
terminableness
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terminad
terminal
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terminal acetylene
terminal acetylenes
terminal addition enzyme
terminal artery
terminal bar
terminal boutons
terminal bronchiole
terminal care

Literary usage of Terminable

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1. The Parliamentary Debates by Great Britain Parliament (1908)
"terminable Annuities MR. BOWLES (Lambeth, Norwood) : I beg ... Where terminable annuities have been set up for the purpose of replacing a definite amount of ..."

2. The Nature of Capital and Income by Irving Fisher (1906)
"§6 terminable annuities are sometimes employed by insurance companies and governments, ... Such terminable income is also exemplified in many kinds of land, ..."

3. The Trust Movement in British Industry: A Study of Business Organisation by Henry William Macrosty (1907)
"terminable combinations are based on contracts, written or verbal, for the attainment of specific purposes over an agreed period of time after which the ..."

4. On Financial Reform by Henry Parnell (1831)
"terminable ANNUITIES. THE making of loans in terminable Annuities has this great advantage over all other plans, that the extinction of each loan is secured ..."

5. The Law Journal Reports: New Series (1883)
"For the purpose of facilitating the aforesaid conversion of perpetual annuities into terminable annuities, the Treasury may, in manner provided by this Act, ..."

6. Principles of political economy, with some of their applications to social by John Stuart Mill (1849)
"All attempts to establish a claim in favour of terminable incomes on numerical grounds—to make out, in short, that a proportional tax is not a proportional ..."

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