Definition of "alienable"
  1. Refers to something that can be transferred or given to someone else's ownership
How to use "alienable" in a sentence
  1. The car was considered alienable property as it could be sold to a new owner.
  2. Despite being valuable, the painting was not alienable as it was part of the trust's assets.
  3. The judge ruled that all alienable assets should be accounted for during the divorce proceedings.

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