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  • adj. Able to be smashed.


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smash +‎ -able


  • I think he would have preferred that I meant smashable toys, but he nodded and started toward the door, calling to me over his shoulder, “Come on, Kate.”

    Dark Secrets 2: No Time to Die the Deep End of Fear

  • What Marlboro has done is create a huge number of what I call 'smashable components' to their brand.

    Ferrari Finds Smoke Without Fire

  • He advises designers subscribe to what he calls "smashable theory."

    Fashion Walks a Fine Line

  • I would also use plexiglas sometimes instead of real smashable glass.


  • When M grows up a bit more, we'll look for something eminently more smashable.

    What I cooked last night.

  • Moral: never underestimate the power of smashable signals.

    Brand Sense

  • Each piece should work independently of the others, although each is still essential in the process of establishing and maintaining a truly smashable brand.

    Brand Sense

  • United Colors of Benetton has created a smashable pictorial style totally independent of the company logo.

    Brand Sense

  • Navigation—the way you find your way around a website, a department store, a supermarket, or any other familiar retail environment—is entirely smashable.

    Brand Sense

  • The stronger the tradition, the more smashable it becomes.

    Brand Sense


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