Origin of justiciable
OTHER WORDS FROM justiciablejus·ti·ci·a·bil·i·ty, nounnon·jus·ti·ci·a·bil·i·ty, nounnon·jus·ti·ci·a·ble, adjective
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How to use justiciable in a sentence
Even if this man were always the justiciable of a court that had passed into private hands, we could still understand it.
He was not only his lords man but his lords justiciable and probably attended some court outside the hundred.
President Taft's policy of submitting justiciable controversies between nations to arbitration was indorsed.Contemporary American History, 1877-1913|Charles A. Beard
In federal states the power of the judge is naturally decreased, and that of the justiciable parties is augmented.American Institutions and Their Influence|Alexis de Tocqueville et al.
First—Issues that can be decided on principles of international law and equity, called justiciable.