Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Causing grief; lamentable.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective obsolete Lamentable.

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  • adjective obsolete lamentable

Etymologies

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grieve +‎ -able

Examples

  • Holz-Bergmann was allowed to raise only those issues considered "grievable" under her union contract.

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  • Thus, for Butler, power understood as subjection is implicated in the process of determining which bodies come to matter, whose lives are livable and whose deaths grievable.

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  • What is often ignored are the structural and institutional foundations of the predicaments of persistently devalued, oppressed, and darker-hued minorities, whose lifechances are recvocable - and not grievable - at any time.

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  • What is often ignored are the structural and institutional foundations of the predicaments of persistently devalued, oppressed, and darker-hued minorities, whose lifechances are recvocable - and not grievable - at any time.

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  • What is often ignored are the structural and institutional foundations of the predicaments of persistently devalued, oppressed, and darker-hued minorities, whose lifechances are recvocable - and not grievable - at any time.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • What is often ignored are the structural and institutional foundations of the predicaments of persistently devalued, oppressed, and darker-hued minorities, whose lifechances are recvocable - and not grievable - at any time.

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  • The superficial application would be that trespass on private property is a grievable offense, and using somebody else's private access is trespass.

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  • Nothing mentioned in the post, below, is grievable to the Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board.

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  • Failure to comply with those deadlines is grievable, and may ultimately result in forced payouts.

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  • The superficial application would be that trespass on private property is a grievable offense, and using somebody else's private access is trespass.

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