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exorable (adjective), more exorable, most exorable
1. Susceptible of being moved by entreaty and being pitiful: Little Ivy's crying and sad eyes were so exorable that her mother cooed and held her lovingly.
2. Etymology: from Latin exorabilis, "easily moved by entreaty"; from exorare, "to move by entreaty, to persuade"; from ex-, "out, away" and orare, "to pray".
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