- that may be removed.
- (of a singularity of a function of a complex variable) noting that the function is not analytic at the point but that the function can be redefined so as to be analytic at the point.
- (of a discontinuity) noting that the function is discontinuous at the point but that the function can be redefined so as to be continuous at the point.Compare essential(def 5).
Origin of removable
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Examples from the Web for unremovable
The bottom of the iron should be clean so that unremovable smudges will not be left on the paper.The Science of Fingerprints
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"You must have suffered much," with an earnest look into that great face with its unremovable marks.Quiet Talks on Service
S. D. Gordon
My fetters were indeed consecrated, and, according to the prejudices of the world, they seemed to be unremovable.John Ronge: The Holy Coat Of Treves
Word Origin and History for unremovable
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