from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Variant of tunable.
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- adj. Alternative spelling of tunable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- etc. See tunable, etc.
Also this car is very tuneable, which is part of the fun and will keep your interest in the car over the long haul.
Nowadays we have tuneable lasers, using solutions of organic dyes that can produce laser light of any colour.
You can modify this design if you want to set it up so that it's tuneable too!
Indeed, PASS may be the first step towards a man-portable, tuneable laser weapon that could be used in both non-lethal and lethal modes.
McCann notes that nanoribbon transistors lack the tuneable qualities of earlier graphene devices, but using two layers of graphene could solve this issue.
The sheer geekery required to build these cameras is astounding - and the geekery to take a shot (laser rangefinders, adjustment screws that are tuneable to a thousandth of a centimeterâ ¦) is profound as well.
He laughed, and behind the laughter was a passing inward delight which he couldn't have expressed, though it had to do with two people's thoughts being oddly tuneable to the same pitch, and with the rarity of that in the real world.
A third has on the rim -- "This ringe was made six tuneable bells at the charge of the Lord Howard and other gentree of the country and citie, and officers of the garrisson, by the advice of Majer Jeremiah Tolhurst, governor of the garrisson 1658."
He had a delicate tuneable Voice & had good skill: his father instructed him: he had an Organ in his house: he played on that most.
He meant to hang as great and tuneable a ring of Bels, as any in the world, whose sound advantaged with their height and vicinity of the _Thames_, must needs be loud and melodious.
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