[rev-uh-kuh-buh l or, often, ri-voh-]
- that may be revoked.
Also re·vok·a·ble [ri-voh-kuh-buh l, rev-uh-] /rɪˈvoʊ kə bəl, ˈrɛv ə-/.
Origin of revocable
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Examples from the Web for revocably
Revocably in love he was daily falling; but some day he would go too deep, and the waters would close over his well-loved head.Orley Farm
- capable of being revoked; able to be cancelled
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Word Origin and History for revocably
late 15c., from Old French revocable or directly from Latin revocabilis "that may be revoked," from revocare (see revoke). Alternative revokable attested from 1580s.
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