correctable : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s capable of being returned to the original condition; not necessarily permanent
a correctable image
- s capable of being corrected by additions
- With in the jails, a new theoretical being was conceived: the correctable "delinquent," unceasingly probed by "civil servants of moral orthopaedics.
- An equal difficulty for the Mandarins, but more correctable, is that they like to impose rules on the rest of the country that they don't have to play by.
- As a loyal follower of 19th century positivists, Freud drew a sharp distinction between religious faith (which is not checkable or correctable) and scientific inquiry (which is both.
News & Articles
- Mistakes cost Eagles in opener
The Eagles had their chances, but three turnovers and 13 penalties cost them. “We’ve got to put that behind us to get ready to play Eureka,” first-year coach Ira Jefferson said. “All these mistakes are correctable.” Charleston 36 Rantoul 22 read more
Aug. 31, 2013 - IlliniHQ.com
- Arlen Specter in International Herald Tribune
The change "is a tremendous problem, but it's correctable," said Republican Sen. Arlen Specter.
- Tim Tschida in Chicago Tribune
Some things are correctable,Tschida said. "Some things can be overturned. Some things are just -- you have to go with what the guy closest to the play had. You live and die with the decision."
- Martin Sabo in Washington Post
They keep going off on these wild scenarios on a regular basis,Sabo said. "They should concentrate on making their watch lists comprehensive and correctable."