[dih-surp-tuh-buhl, -zurp-]
capable of being torn apart; divisible.

1730–40; < Latin discerpt(us) torn to pieces (past participle of discerpere; see dis-1, excerpt) + -ible

discerptibility, discerptibleness, noun
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