conusable

adjective con·u·sa·ble \ˈkän(y)əzəbəl\

Definition of conusable

law

  1. :  capable of being judicially examined :  subject to legal jurisdiction the matter was particularly reserved for Parliament as being conusable by them alone — T. E. May

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Origin and Etymology of conusable

Anglo-French, from Old French conissable, from coniss-, conoiss- (stem of conoistre to know) + -able — more at cognizance


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