Definition of Exorable

1. a. Capable of being moved by entreaty; pitiful; tender.



Definition of Exorable

1. Adjective. Capable of being moved or persuaded. ¹

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Definition of Exorable

1. persuadable [adj] - See also: persuadable

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Exorable

exopoda
exopodite
exopodites
exopods
exopolitics
exopolyphosphatase
exopolyphosphatases
exopolysaccharide
exopolysaccharides
exoproducts
exoprotease
exoprotein
exoproteolytic
exoptable
exoptile
exorable (current term)
exorbitance
exorbitances
exorbitancies
exorbitancy
exorbitant
exorbitantly
exorbitate
exorbitated
exorbitates
exorbitating
exorcisable
exorcise
exorcised
exorciser

Literary usage of Exorable

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1. Reason in Religion by Frederic Henry Hedge (1865)
"V. THE exorable GOD. FAITH and unbelief alternate in human history, and shape the world according to their kind. An age of devotion followed by a period of ..."

2. Reason in Religion by Frederic Henry Hedge (1865)
"... exorable GOD. FAITH and unbelief alternate in human history, and shape the world according to their kind. An age of devotion followed by a period of ..."

3. Encyclopædia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and by Colin MacFarquhar, George Gleig (1797)
"Finding the king in» exorable, " Fool that I am (faid he) to look for warm » HIT H EUT» we have .... exorable ..."

4. Dictionary of the French and English Languages by Gabriel Surenne (1856)
"... adj. exorable, that may be pré- expulsion of evil spirits Exorciste, sm. exorcist,one who exorcises ' Exorde, sm. exordium, the beginning, evil spirits, ..."

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