The Collaborative International Dictionary
Cessible \Ces"si*ble\, a. [Cf. F. cessible. See Cession.]
Giving way; yielding. [Obs.] -- Ces`si*bil"i*ty, n. [Obs.]
--Sir K. Digby.
a. (context obsolete English) give way; yielding.
Usage examples of "cessible".
The first time, I expected that the caves would be ac cessible from land.
He had watched over them, had given them a sense of peace and well-being that transcended physical boundaries, and gave promise that benevolence and goodwill were still ac cessible in some comers of the world to all.