Definitions

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  • adj. Capable of being vetoed.

Etymologies

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veto +‎ -able

Examples

  • Wyvern offers more metaprogramming facilities, such as vetoable property change notifications, which gives in-game objects tremendous flexibility in responding to their environment.

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  • Their complaint asserted that the Act “alter [s] the legal and practical effect of all votes they may cast * 837 on bills containing such separately vetoable items” and “divest [s] the [m] of their constitutional role in the repeal of legislation.”

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Is the Slaughter Solution constitutional?

  • Their complaint asserted that the Act “alter[s] the legal and practical effect of all votes they may cast *837 on bills containing such separately vetoable items” and “divest[s] the[m] of their constitutional role in the repeal of legislation.”

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Is the Slaughter Solution constitutional?

  • Q Gene, could you go through the other so-called spending gimmicks the President and you talked about, that the Republicans have proposed, and whether they're vetoable or whether they work?

    Press Briefing By Staff Members

  • MR. MCCURRY: This is an interior appropriations bill which the President would find objectionable and vetoable if it included the termination of the agency.

    Press Briefing By Mike Mccurry

  • MR. MCCURRY: Well, if the President finds something that's vetoable under these provisions, I don't think he would hesitate to use his authority.

    Press Briefing By Mike Mccurry

  • Q Mike, you said the President wouldn't hesitate to use the veto authority if he found something that was vetoable.

    Press Briefing By Mike Mccurry

  • a pardon or commutation in the last 60 days of an admin to require the approval of the next admin, or at least be vetoable by the next admin.

    Ace of Spades HQ

  • He did say that not having a public plan in it would not be a vetoable offense "(" NewsHour, "PBS, 6 / 23).

    Hotline On Call

  • He did say that not having a public plan in it would not be a vetoable offense "(" NewsHour, "PBS, 6/23).

    Hotline On Call

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