- adj. Capable of being spread.
“While I agree that viral isn’t a great term, I’m not sure I love the term spreadable much more.”
“Maybe it's the idea of spreadable chocolate, or maybe it's the deeply satisfying combination of chocolate and hazelnuts, but something about Nutella inspires the kind of devotion usually reserved for federally banned substances.”
“The paint itself was of low quality and even had been watered down to make it more "spreadable" on the rough exterior of the house.”
“And since it was made more "spreadable," the paint started to fade unevenly at the end of one year.”
“And, in a world where what we are being told to be is "spreadable," then seeing SF everywhere can only be good for the overall health of SF.”
“- I found a "spreadable" butter that's a mix of real butter and canola oil that works great for those who can't use regular shortening due to the soy in it.”
“By making the band's content "spreadable," concert ticket sales more than made up for any compromise of album royalties.”
“I'm prepared to accept that some people might be super-sensitive to the 'decomposition of fats, oils and other lipids by hydrolysis or oxidation' - though on balance I find it more likely that some people just have no bloody idea what they're talking about - but I'm not prepared to accept that filthy 'spreadable' muck the Baker has supplied as gesture of conciliation, which seems to comprise equal quantities of lard, butterfat, cheap oil and air.”
“He moved on to marry again, he married an easy going woman that had a career but also liked to give love and head and make dinners and left the butter out the way he liked it so it was always soft and spreadable.”
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