Lachrymable Lach"ry*ma*ble, a. [L. lacrimabilis, fr. lacrima a tear.] Lamentable. --Martin Parker. [1913 Webster]

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  • lachrymable — adjective Etymology: Latin lacrimabilis, from lacrima, tear + abilis able more at tear (of the eye) obsolete : lamentable, tearful …   Useful english dictionary

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