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disciplinable

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adjective dis·ci·plin·able \ˌdi-sə-ˈpli-nə-bəl; ˈdi-sə-pli-\

Definition of disciplinable

  1. 1 :  docile, teachable

  2. 2 :  subject to or deserving discipline <a disciplinable offense>



15th Century

First Known Use of disciplinable

15th century


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