Definition of scissible in English:

scissible

adjective

Chemistry
  • Scissile.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Philip Barrough (fl. 1590), medical writer. From post-classical Latin scissibilis capable of being cut or divided from classical Latin sciss-, past participial stem of scindere + -ibilis.

Pronunciation

scissible

/ˈsɪsɪbl/