scissile

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin scissilis, from scindere, scissum ‎(to cut, to split). Compare French scissile. See schism, scissors.

Adjective[edit]

scissile ‎(comparative more scissile, superlative most scissile)

  1. Readily cut or split
  2. (chemistry, of a bond) easily broken

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