A*mis`si*bil"i*ty (#), [Cf. F. amissibilit'e. See Amit.]

The quality of being amissible; possibility of being lost.

[R.]

Notions of popular rights and the amissibility of sovereign power for misconduct were alternately broached by the two great religious parties of Europe. Hallam.

 

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