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 (dĭs′ə-plĭn′ə-bəl, dĭs′ə-plĭn′-)
1. Deserving of or subject to discipline: a disciplinable misdeed.
2. Responsive to training; easily taught.


(ˈdɪs əˌplɪn ə bəl)

1. subject to or meriting discipline.
2. capable of being instructed.
[1425–75; < Middle French < Late Latin]
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Gray fails to note that the factual datum which, it is assumed, "actually does occur in real experience", is itself a prior representation, confabulated in order to feed the appetite for an assumed otherness that is exotically "real" but nevertheless representationally disciplinable.
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