remediable


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re·me·di·a·ble

(rĕ-mē'dē-ă-bĕl),
Curable.
[L. remediabilis, fr. remedio, to cure]

remediable

Capable of being remedied.

re·me·di·a·ble

(rĕ-mē'dē-ă-bĕl)
Curable.
[L. remediabilis, fr. remedio, to cure]
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