Dispunishable
Dispunishable Dis*pun"ish*a*ble, a. Without penal restraint; not punishable. [R.] --Swift. [1913 Webster]

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  • dispunishable — In old English law, not answerable. Not punishable; e.g. This murder is dispunishable. Disputable presumption. A species of evidence that may be accepted and acted upon when there is no other evidence to uphold contention for which it stands; and …   Black's law dictionary

  • dispunishable — In old English law, not answerable. Not punishable; e.g. This murder is dispunishable. Disputable presumption. A species of evidence that may be accepted and acted upon when there is no other evidence to uphold contention for which it stands; and …   Black's law dictionary

  • dispunishable — dis·punishable …   English syllables

  • dispunishable — dəs, (ˈ)dis+ adjective Etymology: Anglo French, from dis (I) (from Old French des dis (I)) + punishable, from Middle French punissable more at punishable …   Useful english dictionary

  • Commonwealth v. Kneeland — Court Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Full case name Commonwealth of Massachusetts v. Abner Kneeland Date decided …   Wikipedia

  • without impeachment of waste — The effect of the insertion of this clause in a lease for life is to give the tenant the right to cut timber on the estate, without making himself thereby liable to an action for waste. When a tenant for life holds the land without impeachment of …   Black's law dictionary

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