Definition of compoundable in English:

compoundable

adjective

  • See compound

    • ‘As per the provisions of the law, this is not a compoundable offence and amounts to attempt to murder.’
    • ‘If we don't give them financial direction and guidance, or make it available to them, in their earliest - and most compoundable - professional years, we are literally and morally stealing from them.’
    • ‘Only the compoundable violations could be regularized.’
    • ‘Since Dr. Masters is not longer with us, we have a new team of scientists taking his place that will channel the energy into a compoundable form to place inside our weapon.’
    • ‘In all probability, and in most cases - assuming the offence were to be made compoundable - the husband and the woman's in-laws would offer reconciliation so that the woman withdraws the case.’

Pronunciation

compoundable

/kəmˈpaʊndəb(ə)l/