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Definition of "reformable" []

  • That can be reformed. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "reformable" in a sentence
  • "The disagreement is the comparative institutional question of whether that failure is "reformable" or requires a regime change."
  • "In others words I don't think the present process is "reformable" by any simple exchange of personnel."
  • "But these are not normal times, and the Gallic political psyche has left the rest of the West puzzled not only as to why so much fuss over two measly working years, but whether France is reformable, and hence governable, at all."