Definition for REP'AR-A-BLE

REP'AR-A-BLE, a. [Fr. from L. reparabilis. See Repair.]

  1. That may be repaired or restored to a sound or good state; as, a house or wall is not reparable.
  2. That may be retrieved or made good; as, the loss is reparable.
  3. That may be supplied by an equivalent; as, a reparable injury.

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