ETYM French acceptable, Latin acceptabilis, from acceptare.
1. Worthy of acceptance or satisfactory.
2. Adequate for the purpose.
3. (Linguistics) Judged to be in conformity with approved usage; SYN. accepted.
ETYM French admissible, Late Lat. admissibilis. Related to Admit.
Deserving to be admitted.
ETYM See Admission.
Characterized by or allowing admission.
ETYM French allouable.
1. Deductible according to the tax laws.
2. Deserving to be allowed or considered.
3. Possible to allow; SYN. permitted.
1. That may be accepted or conceded
2. That may be permitted especially as according to rule
ETYM Old Eng. propre, French propre, from Latin proprius. Related to Appropriate.
1. Appropriate for a condition or occasion; SYN. right, suitable.
2. Marked by suitability or rightness or appropriateness.
3. Having all the qualities typical of the thing specified.
4. Limited to the thing specified.
5. Elements of Christian mass that are variable.
ETYM Cf. French recevable.
ETYM French valide, French validus strong, from valere to be strong. Related to Valiant.
1. Still legally acceptable.
2. Well grounded in logic or truth or having legal force.
In a permissible manner, acceptably
In a permissible manner; SYN. allowably.