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  • adj. Capable of being parted.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. See partible.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Capable of being parted or divided; divisible. See partible.
  • Having a share.


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part +‎ -able


  • And what Jefferson wanted to accomplish -- and he did successfully -- was to break up these estates because when you -- when you shift from primogeniture to a pattern of what ` s called "partable inheritance," where the estate is divided equally among the heirs, the family estates tend to dissipate very quickly.

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  • O merciful God and marvellous above all things, to whom all brute beasts be made meek, and wild things be obedient, who vouchsafest to call to thy mercy thy blessed servant, to make him partable of thy excellent joy, give thou us grace by his prayer, which knew by revelation that his soul should be loosed from the body by temporal death, to be preserved from all manner evil and everlasting death.

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