amissible

adjective
amis·​si·​ble | \əˈmisəbəl\

Definition of amissible 

: capable of being lost : likely to be lost

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First Known Use of amissible

1672, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for amissible

Late Latin amissibilis, from Latin amissus (past participle of amittere to lose, send away, from a, ab from + mittere to send) + -ibilis -able

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