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Webster 1913 Edition


Excusable

Ex-cus′a-ble

Adj.
[L.
excusabilis
: cf. F.
excusable
. See
Excuse
.]
That may be excused, forgiven, justified, or acquitted of blame; pardonable;
as, the man is
excusable
; an
excusable
action
.
Ex-cus′a-ble-ness
,
Noun.
Ex-cus′a-bly
,
adv.
The
excusableness
of my dissatisfaction.
Boyle.

Webster 1828 Edition


Excusable

EXCU'SABLE

,
Adj.
s as z. [See Excuse.] That may be excused; pardonable; as, the man is excusable.
1.
Admitting of excuse or justification; as an excusable action.

Definition 2022


excusable

excusable

English

Adjective

excusable (comparative more excusable, superlative most excusable)

  1. possible to excuse

Antonyms

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French

Etymology

From excuser + -able

Adjective

excusable m, f (plural excusables)

  1. excusable, pardonable