Liable to sin; subject to transgress the divine law.(adjective)
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Use "peccable" in a sentence
"Leon was amused and fascinated by Buddy Hamstra, "that poor peccable great man," he called him."
"Impeccably tailored, barbered, and mustached in the manner of a young town squire, Charley boarded the train and shrank back at the sight of his highly peccable guest."
"We submit that even those who impeach the Deity for opening the door to sin would on second thoughts confess that morally free -- and therefore peccable -- beings stand on a higher level than marionettes, however faultlessly contrived to perform certain evolutions."