revocable

adjective rev·o·ca·ble \ ˈre-və-kə-bəl also ri-ˈvō- \
variants: or less commonly revokable play \ri-ˈvō-kə-bəl\
|Updated on: 4 Jun 2018

Definition of revocable

: capable of being revoked
  • a revocable privilege

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Origin and Etymology of revocable

Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Latin revocabilis, from revocare


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revocable

adjective rev·o·ca·ble \ ˈre-və-kə-bəl, ri-ˈvō- \

legal Definition of revocable

: capable of being revoked

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