severable

ADJECTIVE
  1. capable of being divided or dissociated
    the siamese twins were not considered separable
    often drugs and crime are not dissociable
    a song...never conceived of as severable from the melody
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How To Use severable In A Sentence

  • An observant traveller, unacquainted with the historical antecedents of the friars in the Philippines, could not fail to be impressed by the estrangement of religious men, whose sacred mission, if genuine, ought to have formed an inseverable bond of alliance and goodfellowship. The Philippine Islands
  • Jerry - I'm not accusing the officer of racial profiling, I am rather saying that my ethnicity is an inseverable part of my identity, because society has made it that way (when you ask your friends to describe people, how often is ethnicity a part of that, just naturally?). Discourse.net: Running While Black
  • His ticket to Urumchi did not, as he thought, guarantee a journey, but was, more aptly, an invitation to join in the melee, a circus of inseverable wrangling in which the strong, the wily and dogged, prevailed. Heaven Lake
  • It was held that the words were meaningless but that they did not destroy the contract as they were severable, leaving the core of the obligation intact.
  • But the Justice Department is weighing the need to file a formal stay of the decision, in part because of the ruling that the mandate was inseverable. Axelrod: Judge's Invalidation Of Health Care Law Is 'Very Dubious'
  • In the event that any court shall deem any part of this Agreement to be void or unenforceable, that part shall be deemed severable and shall not affect the validity or enforceability of the remainder.
  • She submitted that a decision may have many separate and severable elements within it.
  • Mr Browne submits that the first two of these meanings are severable and distinct.
  • Jerry - I'm not accusing the officer of racial profiling, I am rather saying that my ethnicity is an inseverable part of my identity, because society has made it that way (when you ask your friends to describe people, how often is ethnicity a part of that, just naturally?). Discourse.net: Running While Black
  • In my view, the liability and damages are distinct issues that are severable from one another.
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