- that can be judged
- liable to be judged
Origin of judicableLate Latin judicabilis ; from Classical Latin judicatus, past participle of judicare: see judge,
Liable to or capable of being judged; justiciable.
Origin of judicableLate Latin i&umacron;dicabilis, from Latin i&umacron;dicare, to judge; see judge.
(comparative more judicable, superlative most judicable)
- Capable of being judged; capable of being tried or decided upon.
- Jeremy Taylor.