Definition of inflatable
: capable of being inflated an inflatable boat
Recent Examples of inflatable from the Web
Bonus catfish: This Predators fan brought a giant inflatable fish.
Protesters on the left followed him around with a giant inflatable chicken whose hair style was patterned after President Donald Trump.
Kid-friendly activities, food, vendors, a giant inflatable maze, games, caricatures, face painting, kites and more will be available.
The concert of classic rock and blues is from 7-8:30 p.m. There will be an inflatable activity for kids and free face painting from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
A 44-year-old man who died after falling backward out of an inflatable raft after it was hit by a wave on Saturday was identified by the coroner as Shane Joseph Ornelas, of Buena Park.
LISBON, Portugal — Portuguese and Spanish rescue services have saved 34 migrants who leaped into the sea after their inflatable craft caught fire in the Mediterranean.
How about a 10-foot inflatable Roger Goodell for players to dunk on?
The Tunnel Access station, for its part, would have included the 50-pound faring covering the inflatable tunnel and an additional 135 pounds for the tunnel itself.
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First Known Use of inflatable
INFLATABLE Defined for Kids
Definition of inflatable for Students
: possible to fill with air or gas an inflatable life raft
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