Examples of permissible in a Sentence
deployment overseas would be regarded as a permissible reason for late filing by members of the military
Recent Examples of permissible from the Web
The case may force us to scrutinize those ways in which making money is no longer permissible.
With regard to politics, the U.S. has many issues in common with Germany (immigration, Russia), so respectful discussion is completely permissible.
Attorneys for the state argued in their brief opposing the injunction that each provision the suit challenges is constitutionally permissible.
However, 11 judges in the same circuit later ruled 7-4 in a new hearing that the restrictions were permissible.
In Illinois, Iowa, Ohio and Vermont only wire or wood stick sparklers and other novelty items are permissible for sale.
A public official reading Marston's opinion has no way to discern what is permissible.
Outcome:UK prohibited the staff from providing any recruiting material to the recruit for a two-week period following the first permissible date for such materials and conducted a rules education session with the staff.
The only permissible locations for signs on private property are in the yard of the sale or in a neighbor's yard with their permission.
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Origin and Etymology of permissible
Middle English, from Medieval Latin permissibilis, from Latin permissus, past participle of permittere
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
PERMISSIBLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of permissible for English Language Learners
: allowed or permitted by laws or rules
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