capable of being corrected, improved, or reformed
Origin of corrigibleMiddle English ; from Old French ; from Medieval Latin corrigibilis ; from Classical Latin corrigere: see correct
Capable of being corrected, reformed, or improved.
Origin of corrigibleMiddle English, from Old French, from Medieval Latin corrigibilis, from Latin corrigere, to correct; see correct.
(comparative more corrigible, superlative most corrigible)
From Middle French corrigible