Definition of "submissible"
  1. Qualifies to be presented to a person or group responsible for making a judgment; can be put forward for a decision
How to use "submissible" in a sentence
  1. The evidence gathered was submissible, so it was presented in court.
  2. The attorney argued that the document was not submissible due to its questionable source.
  3. In the absence of concrete evidence, the lawyer had nothing submissible to withdraw the case.

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