Definition of "severable"
  1. It pertains to something that can be separated or detached
How to use "severable" in a sentence
  1. The contract includes a severable clause, which means that if any part is found to be illegal, the rest of the agreement remains in force.
  2. The property rights in question are considered severable, thus allowing for individual parts to be sold off independently.
  3. Due to its severable nature, the legislation doesn't collapse entirely if a part of it is declared unconstitutional.

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