delible delible


  • (adj) capable of being deleted


  1. But the ink always proved delible, the voters not so easily defatigable.
  2. Sir: The Society for the Preservation of Titheses commends your ebriated and scrutable use of delible and defatigable April 10, which are gainly, sipid and couth.


  • "There wasn'ta Heath Ledger per-sonality," says Maltin. "Ledger was a serious actor who will be remem-bered because he gave several in-delible performances. He inhabited each role."
    on Feb 23, 2009 By: Leonard Maltin Source: Daily Comet

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