Definitions

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  • adj. Alternative spelling of shapable.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • See shapable.

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Examples

  • Scientists, engineers and metallurgists for Alcoa Inc. and U.S. Steel Corp. are testing new alloys to develop thinner, stronger, shapeable metals that they hope auto makers will use in the next generation of fuel-efficient cars.

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  • I am interested in liquids because they are in shapeable state of matter.

    Carla Leitao: A New Biological Habitat

  • We will have power over the show because the old model just isn't capturing enough audience, and we will demand interactive, shapeable narratives -- and get them with tools we can use ourselves for narration.

    We Need Community Managers

  • Provide it with some moisture and high heat, and we can coax from it a broad range of shapeable consistencies, creamy and chewy and brittle and rock hard.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • Whipped Cream The miraculous thing about whipped cream is that simple physical agitation can transform a luscious but unmanageable liquid into an equally luscious but shapeable “solid.”

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • A new poll shows the public's opinion is still highly shapeable.

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  • "With the child, the brain is still (more shapeable) . . . to be able to kick the other stuff out and establish auditory function, whereas somebody who is 20 or 30, that other stuff has come in and your brain is not plastic enough to kick it out again."

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  • It features three additional padded, internal electronics pockets, a shapeable shoulder strap, center storage compartment, water bottle pockets, and more.

    dealmac - Today's Edition

  • More than 1.3 million men have already learned the truth: The penis, like other muscles, is shapeable through exercise.

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  • Interestingly, it was actually developed by the Russian Navy some 20 years ago, to deal with submarines that were going into deep, cold water, and had to have an ability to have a malleable, or a shapeable type of metal So we use this type of technology to reshape and create a constant pressure between the two rings which bring the two pieces of bowel together.

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