Definition of violable in English:


Pronunciation /ˈvīələb(ə)l/ /ˈvaɪələb(ə)l/


See violate

‘What is relevant here is that the logic of instrumentality also leads powerfully in the direction of seeing women as violable.’
  • ‘The inviolable schoolgirl is on the front cover, and then the very violable indeed schoolgirl on page 3.’
  • ‘This approach is demonstrated to be superior to alternative analyses that do not make reference to ranked and violable constraints.’