[ US /ˈtɝmənəbəɫ/ ]
  1. capable of being terminated after a designated time
    terminable employees
    a terminable annuity
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How To Use terminable In A Sentence

  • Light pains in my chest, the indeterminable gurgle in my stomach, a swaying before my eyes. Books in 2009, #5
  • He must have been very drunk, for at last the heavy sleep gripped him with the suddenness of a magic spell, and the last word lengthened itself into an interminable, noisy, in-drawn snore. Youth And Two Other Stories
  • Puerisque ',' Marcus Aurelius ',' The Unveiling of Lhassa '-- but the list is rather interminable. The Home of the Blizzard Being the Story of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition, 1911-1914
  • Survey, those of the Pallaballa range as mica schist and quartz; those of the Sierra del Cristal as “probably schistose grit, but not definitely determinable by inspection,” and Travels in West Africa
  • It was in the public forums, the interminable meetings that became routine, when attention wavered and respect dimmed. Times, Sunday Times
  • There was the usual interminable discussion about it at half time and afterwards.
  • If, to give an unlikely scenario, there had been no take-over and the shares had been delisted but continued to trade in the over-the-counter market, the conversion right would still have a value determinable in the market place.
  • But there has, in the past, been some niggles, such as the often interminable hassle of getting money for goods and services out of some Arab nations.
  • matters determinable by law
  • The fact of the matter was that her brain was reeling about, punch-drunk after the twelve-round contest of this interminable day. LAST SHOT
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