She declined to treat any question of Milly's own "paying" power as discussable; that Milly would pay a hundred per cent.
You speak of it as a discussable thing—it's the cream of your letter.
But the decisive and discussable form of this is well summed up in that phrase about the health adviser of society.
She also affirmed that the limitation of armaments desired by President Wilson was "discussable."
mid-14c., "to examine, investigate," from Latin discuss-, past participle stem of discutere "to dash to pieces, agitate," in Late Latin and Vulgar Latin also "to discuss, investigate" (see discussion). Meaning "examine by argument, debate" is from mid-15c. Related: Discussed; discussing.