\\də̇ˈpōr]d.əbəl, (ˈ)dē|p-, -ȯ(r)], -ōə], ]tə-\ adjective
1. : subject to deportation

any alien who fails to give the required notices … is also deportableHarvard Law Review

2. : carrying the punishment of deportation

cases of illegal entry, criminality … and other deportable offenses — F.A.Ogg & P.O.Ray

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