Definition of "probationable"
  1. A term used to describe an offense or action that may result in a sentence of probation rather than imprisonment
How to use "probationable" in a sentence
  1. The court ruled that the misconduct was a probationable offense, thus the offender was spared jail time.
  2. The judge decided the crime committed was probationable, and therefore imposed a probation period instead of prison sentence.
  3. Due to the nonviolent nature of the crime, it was deemed probationable, and the accused was given a probation order.

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