from The Century Dictionary.
- Capable of taking a polish: thus, marble is polishable, and may be defined as a polishable crystalline limestone.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Capable of being polished.
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- adjective That can be
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That at which she paused had an exterior promising comfort within; the windows were clean and neatly curtained, and the polishable appurtenances of the door gleamed to perfection.
Works of supererogation, such as polishing everything polishable -- the shot for the guns, in extreme cases, not even excepted -- until it shone like the tropical sun at noonday, left him little leisure or inclination for mirth.
The REACTION PRO-PLATE features wear-resistant, highly polishable, 100% genuine leather construction and a rugged carbon-fiber plate backed by an impact-absorbing cushion.
Unbalance caused (as i understand - polishable) may not be significant either.
Made of polishable white leather, the sneaker's stitching is designed to represent Michael Jordan's iconic No. 23.
Three years later, 3M ESPE introduced Filtek Supreme Plus, a strong, polishable dental material and the first to include nanoparticles.
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