- The definition of excisable is something that is able to be cut out, or something that is subject to an excise tax.
- A part of a book that doesn't contribute to the plot and that could be removed without losing any of the action of the story is an example of something that is excisable.
- Cigarettes that can be subject to an excise tax are an example of something that would be described as excisable.
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- subject to an excise tax
- that can be excised, or cut out
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Subject to an excise: excisable commodities.