Definitions

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  • adj. Capable of being heated.

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  • adj. capable of becoming hot

Etymologies

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heat +‎ -able

Examples

  • The hammams she now designs, she says, are "mostly with a twist," describing one hammam that features heatable marble benches rather than a more traditional, more cumbersome central stone.

    Hammam Rejuvenation

  • To be honest actually…one of those heatable bean bags would make an EXCELLENT gift.

    Regretsy – WTF Alchemy Request

  • The railway will deliver the oil sands production through the use of insulated and heatable railcars or by reducing its viscosity by mixing it with condensates or diluents.

    Diane Francis: Game-changer: Canadian oil sands will bypass US for Asia

  • Otherwise, it is an appalling pain in the ass, and you'd be much better served, with much less fuss, by a giant, re-heatable pot of stew.

    Saving and the Duck I

  • I'll make something re-heatable for dinner and we'll eat after he gets here.

    MORE FROM GINNY BATES: ALLIE AND MARGIE

  • If immunotherapy fulfills its promise, some cancers may become as heatable as a bad flu.

    A Vaccine For Breast Cancer?

  • Shaped like a pint glass in a British pub, the OnTech container has an ingenious can-within-a-can design that keeps the heatable beverage separate from "the actuating puck," as the company calls the heating element.

    Stop Them Before They Invent Again!

  • Of special importance is a increased temperature during the winter mornings, when most buildings are freezing cold and non-heatable, thus it becomes extremely difficult to work in.

    4. Case studies

  • The heat storage capacity should be moderate, not too excessive; otherwise the space becomes non-heatable.

    4. Case studies

  • It is unlimited, all-pervasive; even where worlds are non-attractive, does not accumulate about suns or other bodies; has no structure, chemical relations, nor inertia; is not heatable, and is not cognizable by any of our present senses.

    Among the Forces

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