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  • adj. Capable of being melted.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Capable of being melted.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Capable of being melted; fusible.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. capable of melting


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melt +‎ -able


  • Sugar, on the other hand, is a perfectly _soluble_ or "meltable" substance, and can soak or penetrate through any membrane or substance in the body.

    A Handbook of Health

  • "meltable," in water, while sugar is very readily so, the saliva is of great assistance in the process of melting, known as _digestion_.

    A Handbook of Health

  • Or maybe being a food photographer would be cool, because I'd love to know all the ins and outs of using cigarette smoke to look like steam, and how to keep something from wilting under hot lights, and the secrets of making realistic Chocolate Fudge Swirl ice cream out of non-meltable scoops of Crisco.

    The Erotic Puppet Theater Show

  • Solar Powered Polar Ice Cap Victory Tour Speed Boats would pick up anxiously awaiting crowds for their day at the Cap. To stay true to the environment, only meltable foods would be served, and therein lies the ultimate beauty of this idea.

    Polar Ice Caps Dead Ahead!

  • I will claim the right to change my faves — because, after all, such lists are as meaningless and meltable as Silly Putty.

    Tag the greatest — but not obvious — TV shows « BuzzMachine

  • Question: though my mix seemed to be smooth, when my machine was done it had small meltable pieces of chocolate in it.

    Day 17: Chocolate Sorbet

  • I love real ice cream, but about once every two years I have to have "soft-serve" ice cream, which is not ice cream but a sort of meltable packing material.

    "Those Aren't Pillows"

  • Any wheel of mild, nutty, meltable cheese may be substituted.

    Firedoglake » Pull Up a Chair…

  • After all, he could have resided outside of Baltimore and ridden in a buggy—if nothing else there would have been plenty of fine, meltable snow.

    Comanche Moon

  • 'Money's like snow,' said his lordship, 'a very meltable article; and talking of snow, 'he said, looking up at the heavy clouds,' I wish we mayn't be going to have some -- I don't like the look of things overhead. '

    Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour


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