vengeable

adjective venge·able
variants: or vengible \ˈvenjəbəl\

Definition of vengeable

1 chiefly dialectal
a :able, apt, or of a kind to take vengeance
2 obsolete :very great :tremendous, extraordinary

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Origin and Etymology of vengeable

vengeable from Middle English, from vengen to avenge + -able; vengible from venge + -ible


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