fusible

adjective fus·ible \ ˈfyü-zə-bəl \

Definition of fusible

: capable of being fused and especially liquefied by heat
  • fusible alloy

fusibility

play \ˌfyü-zə-ˈbi-lə-tē\ noun

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Origin and Etymology of fusible

Middle English, borrowed from Medieval Latin fūsibilis, from fūsus (past participle of fundere "to cast (metal), melt down, make liquid") + -ibilis -ible — more at 1fuse


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