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repressible

/re·pres·si·ble/ (re-pres´ĭ-b'l) capable of undergoing repression.
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Especially repressible is the pretense of the racists to be acting on behalf of the soldiers.
Some substances inhibit enzyme production and are called corepressors; such enzymes are called repressible enzymes.
Not content with hitting the pinnacle of the jumping game with Denman this year, their repressible professional gambler has his eyes on his place at Royal Ascot after Cerito, the first of six juveniles carrying his mother Maggie's colours made a most impressive racecourse debut.
Even as the ominous winds of the Second World War were brewing, Avery Craven made this argument in his book The Repressible Conflict (1939).
A repressible female-specific lethal genetic system for making transgenic insect strains suitable for a sterile-release program.
A sicko, a pervert, yes, but nevertheless someone perfectly controllable, limitable, repressible, disappearable even, in the closed circuit of the building, the neighborhood, the country, the nation.
And, while we're talking about response time, another factor that is just as important is how much time are officers available to deal with repressible crime,'' Parks said.