[ ih-rad-i-kuh-buh l ]
/ ɪˈræd ɪ kə bəl /


capable of being eradicated.

Origin of eradicable

1840–50; < Late Latin ērādīcābilis, equivalent to Latin ērādīc(āre) to eradicate + -ābilis -able

Related forms

e·rad·i·ca·bly, adverbnon·e·rad·i·ca·ble, adjectiveun·e·rad·i·ca·ble, adjective Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for eradicable

  • Disease had been communicated several years before, of a kind which was much more communicable then, than it was eradicable now.

  • He loved, and the transient doubt which had saddened his thoughts could not struggle against a thought which was now eradicable.

    Last of the Incas|Gustave Aimard