KJV Dictionary Definition: declinable
DECLI'NABLE, a. That may be declined; changing its termination in the oblique cases; as a declinable noun.
DEC'LINATE, a. In botany, bending or bent downwards, in a curve; declining.
DECLINA'TOR, DECLIN'ATORY, n. An instrument for taking the declination, or inclination of a plane; an instrument in dialling.
DECLI'NE, v.i. L. to lean.
DECLI'NED, pp. Bent downward or from; inflected.
DECLI'NING, ppr. Leaning; deviating; falling; failing; decaying; tending to a worse state; avoiding; refusing; inflecting.