[trans-mis-uh-buh l, tranz-]
- capable of being transmitted.
Origin of transmissible
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Examples from the Web for transmissible
In explanation, it has been stated that what is known as genius is not transmissible.The Physical Life of Woman:
Dr. George H Napheys
And yet there are people who declare that genius is not transmissible.
We find that evil traits and tendencies of mind or morals are transmissible.What a Young Woman Ought to Know
The source of all variation, which is transmissible by sowing, resides in the seeds.The Pears of New York
U. P. Hedrick
Progress of this kind is not transmissible; only physiological acquisitions are transmissible.Metapsychical Phenomena
Word Origin and History for transmissible
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- Capable of being conveyed from one person to another.
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