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dissoluble

Syllabification: dis·sol·u·ble
Pronunciation: /dəˈsälyəb(ə)l
 
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Definition of dissoluble in English:

adjective

Able to be dissolved, loosened, or disconnected: permitting divorce would render every marriage dissoluble
More example sentences
  • It is also working on a niche segment of taste-masked PFIs of various APIs, which can be compressed into palatable quick - dissoluble tablets, mainly, for pediatric and geriatric segments.
  • When my wife and I went in for the requisite premarital investigation, the pastor asked each of us if we realized that our impending marriage was dissoluble only upon death.
  • In the absence of consummation, the union was questionable at best and easily dissoluble without debasing the sacrament of marriage.

Origin

mid 16th century: from Latin dissolubilis, from the verb dissolvere (see dissolve).

Derivatives

dissolubility

1
Pronunciation: /-ˌsälyəˈbilitē/
noun
Example sentences
  • Maximum ratings of dissolubility were obtained for tetralin (16,0 mg/ml) and 1,2-phenyl dichloride (27,0 mg/ml).
  • Hence arose the idea of the dissolubility of marriage and divorce, superseding the unity and indissolubility of the marriage bond.

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