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n.1.The state or quality of being peccable; liability to sin.
The common peccability of mankind.
- Dr. H. More.
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He cites Blackstone to show the Pursuits constitutes a seditious libel (in imagining the king's peccability and in bringing the system into disrepute); and he appeals to the literary authority of Dryden and Dr.
Faulkner focuses on Caddy's peccability, the sin affixed, in his judgment--and God's judgment--to her sexuality.