evasible /i-vāˈzi-bl/ adjective
Capable of being evaded
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Main Entry:evasion

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evasible, a.
[f. L. ēvās- ppl. stem of ēvādĕre to evade + -ible.]
Capable of being evaded.
18.. Ogilvie cites Eclectic Rev.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • hard words — is a semi technical term for what it immediately suggests, long and difficult words that are often derived from Latinate rather than English sources, such as rebarbative (= repellent) and nugatory (= futile, trifling). The first English… …   Modern English usage

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