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Origin of remediable
Examples from the Web for remediable
But such trifles, after all, were accidental and remediable.Song of the Lark|Willa Cather
But all this was remediable, even rapidly remediable, as soon as the people recovered their vitality.The New Germany|George Young
And the school knows, too, the preventive and remediable natures of these defects.On the Firing Line in Education|Adoniram Judson Ladd
The only question is whether they act directly or indirectly: this question determines whether it is remediable.
I do not express my sense of our misfortunes from any idea that they are remediable.
1560s, from Middle French remédiable, from Latin remediabilis "that may be healed, curable," from stem of remediare, from remedium (see remedy (n.)).