Definition of "revocable"
  1. The term refers to something that can be canceled or taken back
How to use "revocable" in a sentence
  1. The grant agreement was revocable, allowing for the grantor to cancel it at any time.
  2. While the contract was initially thought to be binding, it was later found to be revocable.
  3. Because the permission was revocable, it could be withdrawn if the conditions were not met.

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