ministrable

noun min·is·tra·ble \ˈminə̇strəbəl\

Definition of ministrable

plural

-s

  1. :  a recurrent member of successive ministries the ministrables were usually seasoned parliamentarians

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Origin and Etymology of ministrable

French, ministrable suitable for appointmemt as a cabinet minister, from ministre minister + -able


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