Did you maybe mean permissible?
- n. common misspelling of permissible.
“I am still trying to find out if buying on the internet and shipping items here to Mexico is permissable.”
“As a result, the once limited power of regulating interstate commerce gradually became a much bigger field of permissable federal power.”
“I suspect such practices would still be permissable.”
“Only if it is truly "taken out of context", i.e. the meaning is changed without a broader context, is it logically not permissable.”
“I don't really care about the original author's purpose, because if one can use his own words to skewer his position, or that of adherents to the broader topic, that is logically permissable.”
“It is known that in the Moslem Faith it is permissable to lie in the defence of Islam.”
“For friends and loved ones, lines in the film such as, "I don't know how to do this help someone with cancer" and "I'm sorry I keep saying the wrong thing" defuse the tension, and make it permissable to feel uncomfortable and blunder one of the statements in Help Me Live is, "It's okay to say or do the 'wrong' thing" - just don't disappear!”
“But Nathanson said the practice might be deemed permissable, at least for patients who had signed the organ donor register.”
“According to the Purdue University Online Writing Lab, there is one case when it's permissable to use an apostrophe to pluralize something.”
“Are there “moral” vs “immoral” frauds, that is morally permissable as opposed to morally impermissible frauds?”
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