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leviable

[lev-ee-uh-buh l]
adjective
  1. that may be levied.
  2. liable or subject to a levy.
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Origin of leviable

1475–85; See levy, -able
Related formsun·lev·i·a·ble, adjective
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Examples from the Web for leviable

Historical Examples

  • Land tolls or duties are a twentieth, and are leviable by the king alone.

    Hindu Law and Judicature

    Yjnavalkya

  • But on the production of that corn on a foreign soil, no such charges are leviable as exist here.

  • I have consulted the Act of Parliament, and find it is leviable against those who enter after 1st January 1831.

    The Book-Hunter

    John Hill Burton


British Dictionary definitions for leviable

leviable

adjective
  1. (of taxes, tariffs, etc) liable to be levied
  2. (of goods, etc) liable to bear a levy; taxable
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