Origin of corrigible
Examples from the Web for corrigible
Historical Examples of corrigible
The power and corrigible authority of this lies in our wills.Curiosities of Medical Experience
J. G. (John Gideon) Millingen
Corrigible, kor′i-ji-bl, adj. that may be corrected: open to correction.
"The most corrigible case what comes to this court," says Mr. Stubbs, bowing knowingly to the judge.An Outcast
F. Colburn Adams
I heartily hope that if you have been incommoded it is already over, and for a corrigible cause.The Letters of Henry James (volume I)
You have unburdened your own soul in that matter, and if they had been corrigible, you would have helped a good many more.Life of Harriet Beecher Stowe Compiled from Her Letters and Journals
Charles Edward Stowe
Word Origin for corrigible
mid-15c., from Middle French corrigible, from Medieval Latin corrigibilis "that which can be corrected," from Latin corrigere (see correct). Related: Corrigibility.