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Definition of "declinable" [de•clin•a•ble]

  • Capable of being declined. (adjective)

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Use "declinable" in a sentence
  • "The latter is regularly declinable but the broken form Saráwíl is imperfectly declinable on account of its"
  • "Its auxiliary verbs, its pronouns, its articles, its deficiency of declinable participles, and, lastly, its uniformity of position, preclude the exhibition of much enthusiasm in poetry; it possesses fewer capabilities of this nature than the"
  • "However even if it is based on a verb root, it still cannot be ruled out that it's not a declinable verbal noun as us "setting, dusk" apparently is."