delible

adjective del·i·ble \ˈdeləbəl\

Definition of delible

  1. :  capable of being deleted

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Origin and Etymology of delible

alteration (influenced by -ible) of earlier deleble, from Latin delebilis, from delēre to wipe out, destroy + -bilis capable or worthy of (being acted upon)


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