[ sek-til ]
/ ˈsɛk tɪl /
capable of being cut smoothly with a knife.
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British Dictionary definitions for sectile
/ (ˈsɛktaɪl) /
able to be cut smoothly
Derived forms of sectilesectility (sɛkˈtɪlɪtɪ), noun
Word Origin for sectile
C18: from Latin sectilis, from secāre to cut
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