Definition of Heatable

1. Adjective. Capable of becoming hot. "The heatable tip of a soldering iron"

Similar to: Hot
Derivative terms: Heat, Heat, Heat



Definition of Heatable

1. Adjective. Capable of being heated. ¹

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Definition of Heatable

1. heat [adj] - See also: heat

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Heatable

heat rigor
heat shield
heat sink
heat sinks
heat stress disorder
heat stroke
heat transfer
heat transfer efficiency
heat transfers
heat treatment
heat unit
heat up
heat urticaria
heat wave
heat waves
heatable (current term)
heate
heated
heated up
heatedly
heater
heaters
heatest
heateth
heath
heath aster
heath family
heath fritillaries
heath fritillary
heath hen

Literary usage of Heatable

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Principles of Political Economy by Wilhelm Roscher, John Joseph Lalor, Louis Wolowski (1878)
"... that of the smallest (without any heatable rooms) only 5.3 per cent, were insured; while of dwellings having 5-7 heatable rooms, 84 per cent, ..."

2. The Progress of the German Working Classes in the Last Quarter of a Century by William James Ashley (1904)
"pOO dwellings Out of 1000 dwellings with one with two heatable room. heatable rooms. 1875 . . 195-5 20-7 1880 . . 168-6 15-2 1885 . . 167-4 17-1 1890 . ..."

3. Pharmaceutical and Food Analysis: A Manual of Standard Methods for the by Azor Thurston (1922)
"The Abbe Refractometer, with heatable prisms, is generally used to determine the refractive index of substances such as oils, fats, waxes, etc. ..."

4. Microscopical Morphology of the Animal Body in Health and Disease by Carl Heitzmann (1883)
"Max Schultze introduced the so-called heatable stage with the view of keeping up in a specimen the temperature of the body, or raising it at will. ..."

5. Correlation Theory of Chemical Action and Affinity by Thomas Wright Hall (1888)
"The heatable capacity is indicated directly the Equivalent numbers. And Mercury having 200 as i Equivalent, has this Type of capacity in higb degree. ..."

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