bannable


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bannable

(ˈbænəbəl)
adj
1. able to be banned
2. (of an offence) for which one can be banned
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Literary classics generally considered part and parcel of a liberal arts education cannot be constitutionally bannable because a board doesn't 'like' them" (qtd.
Sunstein, however, wants to stake out a middle ground in which pornography, but not political tracts, is bannable because of its political message.