from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Designed to fold up, as for storage or carrying; collapsible: a foldup umbrella; a foldup crib.
- n. An object that folds up.
- n. Informal A complete failure or breakdown; a collapse: "The Giants are hoping that [he] can avoid his foldup of last season and help them remain in the race” ( Los Angeles Times).
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Capable of being folded up.
Jared Longhitano, a 35-year-old trader, carried a foldup table over his head, his forehead beading up in sweat.
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Everbody be booin an catcallin him, but he climbed on back up in the ring an brung with him a foldup chair.
The foldup ones that others have linked to are useful if you don't want it on your mask.
However, those foldup seats posed a real danger to a young, not-so-heavy-then, theatergoer.
Her village on Wednesday morning had become populated with tents, foldup beds and feeding stations handing out food, water and other supplies for survivors.
They don't foldup in the most graceful manner, but they don't feel like they'll break either.
He also carried a .338 rifle, bullets, a hunting knife, pocketknife, 20-year-old foldup saw and a cell phone.
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