exterminable vs extirpable what difference

what is difference between exterminable and extirpable

English

Etymology

From Latin exterminabilis (that may be destroyed).

Adjective

exterminable (comparative more exterminable, superlative most exterminable)

  1. Capable of being exterminated.
    • 1909, William Leon Dawson, John Hooper Bowles, The Birds of Washington (page 99)
      The House Sparrow is no longer exterminable, but he may be, must be kept within bounds.

Synonyms

  • exterminatable


English

Etymology

extirp +‎ -able

Adjective

extirpable (not comparable)

  1. Capable of being extirpated or eradicated.

French

Adjective

extirpable (plural extirpables)

  1. extirpable

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