[ UK /ɛnfˈɔːsəbə‍l/ ]
[ US /ɛnˈfɔɹsəbəɫ/ ]
  1. capable of being enforced
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How To Use enforceable In A Sentence

  • Pakistan is one of the few countries where the custom is legally enforceable. Times, Sunday Times
  • This has rendered virtually unenforceable the few remaining rules intended to further grand jury independence.
  • No new enforceable rights given to patients. Times, Sunday Times
  • If an agreement of this general kind is held to be contrary to public policy, it may be unenforceable.
  • A legal agreement enforceable upon the weaker party. Times, Sunday Times
  • That does not make this measure practical, enforceable or the right thing to do. Times, Sunday Times
  • The agreement makes the buying or selling of ivory a serious crime, therefore subject to longer prison sentences, and enforceable under international law. Times, Sunday Times
  • Sabbatarianism, with the Lord's Day Alliance, a Canadian invention, in the van; then the gradual tightening of the laws against sexual irregularity, with the unenforceable New York Adultery Act as a typical product; and lastly, the general ploughing up and emotional discussion of sexual matters, with compulsory instruction in "sex hygiene" as its mildest manifestation and the mediaeval fury of the vice crusade as its worst. A Book of Prefaces
  • It was always unenforceable in practice and this is simply an admission of that. Times, Sunday Times
  • Such a strict law is not easily enforceable.
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