Definition of Severable

1. Adjective. Capable of being divided or dissociated. "A song...never conceived of as severable from the melody"

Exact synonyms: Dissociable, Separable
Similar to: Divisible
Derivative terms: Separability



Definition of Severable

1. a. Capable of being severed.

Definition of Severable

1. Adjective. Capable of being severed. ¹

2. Adjective. (legal economics) Capable of being separated. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Severable

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Severable

seventy-second
seventy-seven
seventy-seventh
seventy-six
seventy-sixth
seventy-third
seventy-three
seventy-two
seventyfold
seventyish
seventysomething
sever
severabilities
severability
severable (current term)
severable contract
several
several(a)
several(p)
several states
severalfold
severalise
severalities
severality
severalize
severalized
severalizes
severalizing
severall

Literary usage of Severable

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1. The Law of Contracts by William Herbert Page (1921)
"Non-apportionment of consideration—Contract shown to be severable. Even if the consideration is not apportioned, the contract when taken as a whole may show ..."

2. The Law of Contracts by William Herbert Page (1920)
"Definition and nature of entire anil severable contracts. §2084. Practical importance of distinction. i 2085. Intention of parties controlling. 8 2080. ..."

3. A Treatise on the Law of Sale of Personal Property by Floyd Russell Mechem (1901)
"If, under this rule, the contract is severable, the seller may recover in any ... severable contract — Failure as to part.— Attention has been given in a ..."

4. The Law of Sales of Personal Property by Francis Marion Burdick (1913)
"Effect of Acceptance (1) when Contract is entire; (2) when it is severable. — If the contract is entire,3 the buyer cannot accept a part and reject the ..."

5. The Law of Sales of Personal Property by Francis Marion Burdick (1913)
"and retains them?1 It certainly lies, if the buyer rejects them.2 229. Effect of Acceptance (1) when Contract is entire; (2) when it is severable. ..."

6. The Law of Sales of Personal Property by Francis Marion Burdick (1901)
"Effect of Acceptance (1) when Contract is entire ; (2) when it is severable. — If the contract is entire,3 the buyer cannot accept a part and reject the ..."

7. The Law of Sales of Personal Property by Francis Marion Burdick (1897)
"(e) Effect of Acceptance (1) when Contract is Entire; (2) when it is severable. — If the contract is entire,1 the buyer cannot accept a part and reject the ..."

8. A Treatise on the Law of Insurance of Every Kind by Joseph Asbury Joyce (1917)
"Hence the effect of with a single consideration in gross, that breach may be confined to the is entire and not severable, is that insurance upon that ..."

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