peccable

adjective
pec·​ca·​ble | \ˈpekəbəl\

Definition of peccable 

: liable or prone to sin : susceptible to temptation a frail and peccable mortal— Sir Walter Scott

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History and Etymology for peccable

Middle French, from Latin peccare to sin + Middle French -able

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