Possible to repair: reparable damage to the car; reparable wrongs. (adjective)
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Use "reparable" in a sentence
"When Wollheim transposes Lacan into collegial status as a philosopher, he puts him in a world where internal contradictions (unless "reparable") are grounds for dismissal."
"The damage is reparable and I have learned some valuable lessons."
"Those at that income level must ask themselves how much is it worth to make sure our children grow up in a community that values them and ensures that they are not excluded from a healthy future because they were born with a congenital, but reparable heart defect, or type 1 diabetes."