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Definition of Avowable

Avowable
Avowable A*vow"a*ble, a. Capable of being avowed, or openly acknowledged, with confidence. --Donne.

Meaning of Avowable from wikipedia

- in the world's estimation, and publicly and privately, in season and out, avow their sympathy with despised and ****cuted ideas and their advocates, and...
- manners of France." Adams replied, "That Opinion sir, is not mistaken, I must avow to your Majesty, I have no Attachments but to my own Country." To this King...
- that he started. In his writings, Paul used the ****cutions he endured to avow proximity and union with Jesus and as a validation of his teaching. Paul's...
- off Arthure (The Adventures of Arthur) and The Avowyng of Arthur (The Avowing of Arthur). The Middle Dutch romance Roman van Walewein (Story of Gawain)...
- that it was irrelevant that the Senate's authorizing resolution lacked an "avow[al] that legislative action was had in view" because, said the Court, "the...
- of Great Britain. [...] They will not suppose that that Government will avow, as the basis of their policy towards the United States a system of arresting...
- Bagoariorum et Carantanorum, written in 871 to influence the pope, though not avowing this purpose, Rome declared emphatically for Methodius, and sent a bishop...
- such as a recital of the entire Buddhist scriptures and ceremonies for avowing oneself as a Buddhist lay person. The Dhammakaya Temple is particularly...
- and terms, reproduce the tacit racism of this boundary policing while avowing the neutrality of medical authority. DeJesus, Erin (16 October 2016). "Recapping...
- agent's persistent refusal to "spell out" (explicitly acknowledge) and to avow some aspect of his engagement in the world. Fingarette's 1972 monograph Confucius:...
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