Definition of inflatable
: capable of being inflated an inflatable boat
Recent Examples of inflatable from the Web
Entertainment will also include games and inflatable rides.
In Royal Palm Beach, the Summer FunFest features inflatable, interactive games, including Human Hamster Ball Bowling, Soccer Target Shoot, Jumbo Basketball, Body Bumber Balls and more.
Sean Kinney, 27, lounged in the shade Sunday afternoon on his bright green Lamzac – basically an inflatable bean bag.
Four students were locked in an inflatable habitat in North Dakota with four rooms for a month, allowed out only in spacesuits to conduct simulated missions.
Yep, if adorable animals aren't your thing, how about a giant inflatable maxi pad?
In an image uploaded to her Instagram account in May, the model sits atop an inflatable pink flamingo wearing a swimsuit in a matching rosy hue, retro sunnies and a wide-brimmed straw hat.
WHAT: Arrive early to claim a prime viewing spot for the fireworks, and spend the day swimming, riding inflatable slides, and doing arts and crafts while a DJ plays patriotic music.
Children’s area on west lawn, with inflatable activities.
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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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