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  • adj. Having the quality of not melting.


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  • The newer immigrants, often Jewish or Catholic and seemingly attracted to such supposedly imported ideologies as socialism or militant trade unionism, appeared to be profoundly "unmeltable," resistant to the myriad attempts at Americanization.

    Caught in the Crossfire: Adrian Scott and the Politics of Americanism in 1940s Hollywood

  • White flour sifting down like unmeltable snow, the basis for everything that follows.

    The Kitchen Daughter

  • I found melting-pot moments and incidents of “unmeltable” pots, but the nation I discovered was more like one big table.

    One Big Table

  • Somerled was not her husband, and certainly never would be unless she minded her "p's and q's" like a good and very clever little angel with unmeltable butter in its smiling mouth.

    The Heather-Moon

  • The famous white marble looks unreal, like it is made from fairy dust or unmeltable white chocolate. Recent Updates


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