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  • adj. That can be deleted.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • See deleble.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. capable of being deleted


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  • A man who put his people's interests far ahead oh his personal political ambitions. tHere are people who live in delible marks on the sands of history and are called revolutionaries.

    Message of condolences

  • They baptized far and near, and yet taught nowhere what was the formal, material, efficient, and final cause of baptism, nor made the least mention of delible and indelible characters.

    In Praise of Folly

  • It was difficult to tell, when people were young and their cheek-lines were still pencilled and delible.

    Mrs. Miniver

  • On Cavina himself their impression was less delible, for did he not submit himself to the

    Yet Again

  • For the Ranger had found a faint boot-track, and with amazing pains he was following this delible record of guilt.

    Oh, You Tex!

  • And these are the three women who have influenced my life, who fought in me then for mastery; one from out the unchangeable past, the others in the tangible and delible present.

    Mrs. Falchion, Volume 1.

  • Distressfully, i culturally ameda breast pump voluntarily what darfur me, and turbulent venerableness to the delible, i do franck askew overpressure than stradavarius.

    Rational Review


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