capable of being sold or transferred.
- al·ien·a·bil·i·ty, noun
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How to use alienable in a sentence
A man's character, it will be argued, is an alienable personal possession.Determinism or Free-Will? | Chapman Cohen
Only pieces of land together with the appurtenant territorial waters are alienable parts of territory.International Law. A Treatise. Volume I (of 2) | Lassa Francis Oppenheim
And so, again, the lords rights under the commendation seem to constitute an alienable and heritable seignory.
And now we must turn to consider another element in the kings alienable superiority.
The discovery that he had an alienable superiority over free land and free landowners would sharpen this rule.
British Dictionary definitions for alienable
law (of property) transferable to another owner
- alienability, noun
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