One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Able to be sent, sendable.
Late 18th century (in an earlier sense). From classical Latin miss-, past participial stem of mittere to send, throw or cast a weapon + -ible, perhaps after post-classical Latin missibilis suitable for throwing (5th cent. as a variant reading for missilis; earlier (Vetus Latina) as noun denoting a weapon).
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