Definitions

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  • adj. Able to be licked.

Etymologies

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lick +‎ -able

Examples

  • Computers that are "moist and chewy like cakes so we could just eat them while we were working" now replaces the "lickable" Aqua interface as the most unfortunate food-related computing metaphor ever.

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  • : 18 p.m. at a meeting just now. someone was reviewing a product design. they called it 'lickable'. and for the rest of the meeting, i kept hearing it in my head. i had entire imaginary conversations going on revolving around it.

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  • now when they say the phone looks so good it's "lickable," it won't sound so gross.

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  • While that is some comfort, I don't want Madame Delhome to feel bad about how her flan-lickable floors make me feel (messy), so I won't share any nuggets of wisdom with her this early on in our friendship.

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  • He had the Scrumdidlyumptious bar, lickable wallpaper and that river that ran through his factory.

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  • "It's a combination of this lickable vanilla heart married to this fresh green top note it creates tension," she says.

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  • While that is some comfort, I don't want Madame Delhome to feel bad about how her flan-lickable floors make me feel messy, so I won't share any nuggets of wisdom with her this early on in our friendship.

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  • Please, can you adjust your reciipe in order to make it edible, lickable.

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  • “If Joe Blow comes along, decides to put up a website to earn some money and feed his family, he†™ s really not interested in having graphic art so lickable it could be hung on the wall of his living room.”

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  • A sampling of categories includes soaps/detergents, shampoos, lotions/sunscreens, toothpaste/mouthwash, cosmetics, lickable envelopes and stamps, latex or rubber gloves, art supplies and medications.

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