Did you possibly mean crushable?
- adj. That can be crunched.
- crunch + -able (Wiktionary)
“And this breaks down the credit industry into crunchable numbers.”
“As soon as Oprah puts down crunchable foods, I'm sure the whole problem will be resolved.”
“In this book, the monsters are satisfyingly juicy and crunchable.”
“The more diffuse and un-crunchable aspects of sexual expression -- love, intimacy, power, surrender, sensuality, and excitement -- rarely make it to the front page.”
“Super-crunchable data can be broadly statistical or profoundly personal.”
“A scullery in the old world was, in the case of such houses as ours, a damp, unsavory, mainly subterranean region behind the dark living-room kitchen, that was rendered more than typically dirty in our case by the fact that into it the coal-cellar, a yawning pit of black uncleanness, opened, and diffused small crunchable particles about the uneven brick floor.”
“The central idea -- reducing securities markets to mathematically crunchable datasets that can be objectively analyzed -- is as old as trading itself.”
“The bone was of crunchable size, but she lifted it out delicately and placed it on the ground for special treatment.”
“But if there is one source of information on the U.S. economy that still draws close attention despite being thin on crunchable numbers, it's the largely-anecdotal survey compiled eight times a year by the Federal Reserve.”
“The Federal Aviation Administration has allowed some airports that don't have enough room for full-size safety areas to install crunchable concrete beds called "engineered material arresting systems" at the ends of runways.”
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