adjective see revocable

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  • revokable — [ri vō′kə bəl] adj. var. of REVOCABLE * * * …   Universalium

  • revokable — [ri vō′kə bəl] adj. var. of REVOCABLE …   English World dictionary

  • revokable — rɪ vəʊkÉ™bl adj. can be revoked, can be canceled, can be annulled, retractable …   English contemporary dictionary

  • revokable — re·vok·able …   English syllables

  • revokable — adjective capable of being revoked or annulled a revocable order • Syn: ↑revocable • Ant: ↑irrevocable (for: ↑revocable) • Similar to: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • Freistift — ♦ Revokable tenancy. (Duby, Georges. Rural Economy and Country Life in the Medieval West, 554) Location: Bavaria …   Medieval glossary

  • Land-Tenure in the Christian Era — • The way in which land has been held or owned during the nineteen hundred years which have seen in Europe the rise and establishment of the Church is a matter for historical inquiry. Strictly speaking, the way in which such ownership or tenure… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • revocable — also revokable adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French, from Latin revocabilis, from revocare Date: 15th century capable of being revoked < a revocable privilege > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • European Union Public Licence — Infobox software license name = European Union Public Licence author = European Commission version = 1.0 copyright = European Community date = Jan 2007 OSI approved = ? Debian approved = ? Free Software = Yes GPL compatible = v.2 yes v.3 no… …   Wikipedia

  • revocable — revocability, revocableness, n. revocably, adv. /rev euh keuh beuhl/ or, often, /ri voh /, adj. that may be revoked. Also, revokable /ri voh keuh beuhl, rev euh /. [1490 1500; < L revocabilis. See REVOKE, ABLE] * * * …   Universalium

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