from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Deserving of or subject to discipline: a disciplinable misdeed.
- adj. Responsive to training; easily taught.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. That can be instructed (by discipline); able to be taught.
- adj. Relating to discipline; disciplinary.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of being disciplined or improved by instruction and training.
- adj. Liable or deserving to be disciplined; subject to disciplinary punishment.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being disciplined by instruction and of improvement in learning.
- Capable of being made matter of discipline: as, a disciplinable offense in church government.
- Subject or liable to discipline, as a member of a church.
And must not this conclusion be strengthened, when they hear ministers of talent and learning declare that the Bible does sanction slaveholding, and that it ought not to be made a disciplinable offence in churches?
The Celt, undisciplinable, anarchical, and turbulent by nature, but out of affection and admiration giving himself body and soul to some leader, that is not a promising political temperament, it is just the opposite of the Anglo-Saxon temperament, disciplinable and steadily obedient within certain limits, but retaining an inalienable part of freedom and self - dependence; but it is a temperament for which one has a kind of sympathy notwithstanding.
a round vaulted pallate, and a long throte, besides an excellent capacitie of wit that maketh him more disciplinable and imitative than any other creature: then as to the forme and action of his speach, it commeth to him by arte & teaching, and by vse or exercise.
I find him soe disciplinable, and soe desirous to repare ye time Lost, yt I make no question but your Lordship shall receive a great ioye. "[