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excusable (adj.)

"pardonable, deserving to be excused," late 14c., from Old French escusable, from Latin excusabilis, from excusare "to excuse, make an excuse for" (see excuse (v.)). Related: Excusably.

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Definitions of excusable from WordNet

excusable (adj.)
capable of being overlooked;
excusable (adj.)
easily excused or forgiven;
Synonyms: forgivable / venial
From wordnet.princeton.edu