Definition of Occasionable. Meaning of Occasionable. Synonyms of Occasionable

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Definition of Occasionable

Occasionable
Occasionable Oc*ca"sion*a*ble, a. Capable of being occasioned or caused. --Barrow.

Meaning of Occasionable from wikipedia

- to: Ceremony, an event of ritual significance, performed on a special occasion Convention (meeting), a gathering of individuals engaged in some common...
- In Roman Catholic teaching, occasions of sin are "external cir****stances--whether of things or persons--which either because of their special nature or...
- Special occasion can refer to one of the following: A festive event Special Occasion (Miracles album), a 1968 album by Motown group Smokey Robinson & the...
- Sense of Occasion is the twenty-fourth studio album by British folk-rock veterans Fairport Convention, released in February 2007. The title comes from...
- Latin for All Occasions (Lingua Latina Occasionibus Omnibus) is a 1990 book by Henry Beard, and Latin for Even More Occasions (Lingua Latina Multo Pluribus...
- Dressed for the Occasion is the second studio album by English hip hop duo The Mitc**** Brothers, released on 19 November 2007. Production comes mostly...
- "Two Occasions" is an R&B song written by Babyface, Darnell Bristol and Sid Johnson (who was the former manager for Babyface's early group, Manchild)...
- the Occasion may refer to: "Rise to the Occasion" (song), a 1987 song by Climie Fisher "Rise to the Occasion" (BWO song), 2009 Rise to the Occasion (album)...
- pièce d'occasion (pronounced [pjɛs dɔkazjɔ̃]) is a composition, dance or theatrical piece composed, often commissioned, for a festive occasion. The Dying...
- "Rise to the Occasion" is a song by English pop duo Climie Fisher, from their debut album Everything. Released as a single in 1987 as the fourth single...
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