adjective amis·si·ble \əˈmisəbəl\

Definition of amissible

  1. :  capable of being lost :  likely to be lost

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Origin and Etymology of amissible

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

First Known Use: 1672

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a trip made at another's expense

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