- susceptible of being persuaded or moved by entreaty.
Origin of exorable
Examples from the Web for exorable
Historical Examples of exorable
Yet that exorable Russian is less an elevated realist than an evangelic socialist.L-bas
J. K. Huysmans
It would be useless to appeal to the generosity of the Baron; no human sentiments governed his exorable purposes.
If a placable and exorable Providence, make thyself worthy of the divine help and assistance.Meditations
- able to be persuaded or moved by pleading
Word Origin for exorable
1570s, "susceptible of being moved by entreaty" (a word much rarer than its opposite), from Latin exorabilis, from exorare "to persuade" (see inexorable).