[kawr-i-juh-buh l, kor-] /ˈkɔr ɪ dʒə bəl, ˈkɒr-/
capable of being or reformed:
a corrigible criminal.
submissive to correction.
subject to being revised, improved, or made more accurate:
a corrigible theory.
capable of being corrected
submissive or submitting to correction
mid-15c., from Middle French corrigible, from Medieval Latin corrigibilis “that which can be corrected,” from Latin corrigere (see correct). Related: Corrigibility.
corrin cor·rin (kôr’ĭn) n. The cyclic system of four pyrrole rings forming the central structure of the vitamin B12 and related compounds.
[kuh-rahy-vuh l] /kəˈraɪ vəl/ noun 1. a rival; competitor. adjective 2. rival; competitive. /kəˈraɪvəl/ noun, verb 1. a rare word for rival
[kuh-rob-er-uh nt] /kəˈrɒb ər ənt/ adjective 1. ; confirming. 2. Archaic. strengthening; invigorating, as a medicine. noun 3. something that or strengthens. 4. Archaic. a strengthening medicine. /kəˈrɒbərənt/ adjective (archaic) 1. serving to corroborate 2. strengthening
[verb kuh-rob-uh-reyt; adjective kuh-rob-er-it] /verb kəˈrɒb əˌreɪt; adjective kəˈrɒb ər ɪt/ verb (used with object), corroborated, corroborating. 1. to make more certain; confirm: He corroborated my account of the accident. adjective 2. Archaic. . verb (kəˈrɒbəˌreɪt) 1. (transitive) to confirm or support (facts, opinions, etc), esp by providing fresh evidence: the witness corroborated the accused’s […]