- capable of being set free on bail.
- admitting of bail:a bailable offense.
Origin of bailable
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Examples from the Web for bailable
And take a hint; this affair may be bailable or it may not be.Sybil
Yours is not a bailable case and we must have a speedy trial.Sons and Fathers
Harry Stillwell Edwards
She was totally ignorant of the bailable nature of her offence, and therefore expected the utmost that can be imagined.
As this was a bailable offense, however, Burr was soon at liberty once more.John Marshall and the Constitution
Edward S. Corwin
All persons shall be bailable, unless for capital offences, where the proof shall be evident, or the presumption great.The Fathers of the Constitution
- eligible for release on bail
- admitting of baila bailable offence
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