Definitions

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  • n. vulnerability to forceful attack

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Examples

  • AMANPOUR: So to follow-up on that, you say he has sort of a vulnerability or an assailability (ph) has sort of sprung up around Bush.

    CNN Transcript Jan 2, 2004

  • Washington left no room for doubt that for the first time Gorham must admit the assailability of the Companies.

    The Lever A Novel

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