Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Having a peel or rind that can be peeled off: peelable fruits and vegetables.
  • adj. Capable of being removed and reused: peelable address labels.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. Capable of being peeled.

Etymologies

peel +‎ -able (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Other concepts on display will include: VFFS and HFFS cross-sealing modules using multi-converter systems; torsional welding of 'peelable' foil lids to plastic or coated aluminium pots; rotary paddle cross-sealing modules for VFFS and HFFS machines; multi-converter cross sealing for linear or rotary (impeller) applications for stand up pouches; and Cut-n-Seal technology.

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  • A provocateur by nature, Mr. Wong operated at the fringes of the traditional design world, creating objects like a stack of 100 $1 bills, bound in peelable glue like a notepad; a gold-plated McDonalds coffee stirrer (a riff on the company's plastic version that was apparently popular among drug users before being withdrawn); and an engagement ring with the diamond mounted upside down, so that the wearer could use it to scratch graffiti.

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  • The rigid paperboard can has other parent-friendly features, including a Sonoco-supplied Sealed Safe peelable membrane closure with a metal rim seamed onto the can's end and an easy-grip ring pull that opens the can easily.

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  • And then cheese strings have a very limited texture and a single trick of being peelable.

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  • It's a liquid mask, like masking tape but peelable and such.

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  • Others -- like avocados, onions and pineapples -- have thick or peelable skins that reduce your exposure to harmful chemicals.

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  • They affixed one of these post-it peelable labels on each front door and said everyone will leave out the back door and the order was given for all to leave.

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  • (If you really want to use chlorine, mix a tablespoon of it with a gallon of water, then rinse it off afterward.)  To further reduce risk, the experts recommend washing not just the fruit you consume with the peel on, like apples, but also fruits and vegetables that are peelable or have inedible rinds, like bananas and melons.

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  • The easily peelable oranges that we get back home were called Kamala oranges.

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  • Some of these technologies go into areas where we already are in that area, but we have new films that offer peel seal convenience features that we hope our customers will see the value of it, move more business towards us as we gain market share because we supply a peelable feature.

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