Definition of Machinable

1. Adjective. Able to be made or modified by machine. ¹



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Definition of Machinable

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Machinable

machiavelian
machiavellianism
machicolate
machicolated
machicolates
machicolating
machicolation
machicolations
machicotage
machicote
machicotes
machilid
machilids
machinabilities
machinability
machinable (current term)
machinal
machinate
machinated
machinates
machinating
machination
machinations
machinator
machinators
machine-accessible
machine-controlled
machine-displayable text
machine-driven

Literary usage of Machinable

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1. Industrial Engineering: A Handbook of Useful Information for Managers by William Miller Barr (1918)
"... prevents the use in such parts of steel of the highest strength attainable because steel having that strength is not commercially machinable. ..."

2. Elasticity and Strength of Materials Used in Engineering Construction by Claude Allen Porter Turner (1922)
"The resulting metal remains machinable to almost the same extent as ordinary cast iron but is much stronger as there is less graphite inter- ..."

3. Transactions by American Foundrymen's Society (1920)
"The reason a weld cannot be produced in malleable that is machinable except in the very outer surface, is this : The extreme outer surface of the malleable ..."

4. Green Paper on the Development of the Single Marget for Postal Services (In by DIANE Publishing Company (1998)
"They are also streamed (if streams are applied) - for instance into letters and printed papers, urgent and non-urgent; first and second class; machinable ..."

5. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1789)
"... Dr. ЬЬ fetter to the machinable, Mr. hit hypothecs relit'cf to the origin of European ..."

6. The Making, Shaping and Treating of Steel by James McIntyre Camp, Charles Blaine Francis (1920)
"... and which will leave the steel in a machinable condition, treatment I. may be modified at (c) as thus noted, and no further treatment will be required. ..."

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