scissile

scissile

[sis-il]
adjective
capable of being cut or divided; splitting easily.

Origin:
1615–25; < Latin scissilis, equivalent to sciss(us) (past participle of scindere to cut) + -ilis -ile

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scissile (ˈsɪsaɪl)
 
adj
capable of being cut or divided
 
[C17: from Latin scissilis that can be split, from scindere to cut]

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