fatigable

adjective
fa·ti·ga·ble | \fə-ˈtē-gə-bəl, ˈfa-ti-gə- \

Definition of fatigable 

: susceptible to fatigue

Other Words from fatigable

fatigability \fə-ˌtē-gə-ˈbi-lə-tē, ˌfa-ti-gə- \ noun

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1556, in the meaning defined above

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fatigable

adjective
fa·ti·ga·ble
variants: also fatiguable \fə-ˈtē-gə-bəl, ˈfat-i-gə- \

Medical Definition of fatigable 

: susceptible to fatigue

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