amerciable


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amerciable

(əˈmɜːsɪəbəl)
adj
a variant form of amerceable
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Adj.1.amerciable - of a crime or misdemeanor; punishable by a fine set by a judge
illegal - prohibited by law or by official or accepted rules; "an illegal chess move"
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Nanayakkara's outburst in raw filth, is kept under wraps, the heists at the Central Bank on the eve of the Presidential Election, trillions worth of illegal and amerciable transactions by the former Governor of the Central Bank, Nivard Cabral and the disorderly conduct of all these vermin are suppressed.
If, for example, one comes upon a dead body and omits to raise the hue, one commits an amerciable offence, besides laying oneself open to ugly suspicions....