Definition of revisable in English:



  • See revise

    • ‘Throughout U.S. history, the relationship among these basic rights has always been fluid and revisable.’
    • ‘The case for supposing that logic and mathematics are revisable in the light of empirical inquiry remains, therefore, at best unproved.’
    • ‘And this is the occasion in which we come to understand that what we take to be ‘real’ is, in fact, a changeable and revisable reality.’
    • ‘A shared overarching global polity would embody this intimation in continuously revisable structures dedicated to promoting the common good insofar as this can be agreed upon.’
    • ‘The import of these claims seems to be that Kant believed that the racial classification he offered was a necessary truth, based on reason alone, and neither derived from experience nor revisable in the light of experience.’