Definition of stackable
: easily arranged in a stack
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My knife hovered above the sandwich's diagonal axis, as the sins accosted me: One cut would solve them all; a view of PB&J's gooey signature stripes, a pair of stackable triangles that begged to be grabbed and a wide-open spot for the grapes.
The condo comes with Belgium linen window coverings, vintage crystal door knobs, original parquet wood floors, and a stackable washer and dryer in a closet.
A small, stackable system of trays holds bedding: shredded newspaper or brown paper bags, autumn leaves.
Stick with handy basics like stackable plastic tubs, plastic drawers, shoe racks, etc.
Continental plans to install full-size stackable washers and dryers in each apartment and renovate kitchens with granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances.
Maximize Your Long Hanging Space Place stackable shoe racks on the floor in the empty space beneath dresses, and hang your boots next to them in a plastic holder, suggests Kimberly Winthrop, an interior designer for Laurel & Wolf.
The dungeons are infinitely customizable, stackable, and even coming with working doors.
The Lisboa Armchair from Design Within Reach is stackable and brings warmth to both indoor and outdoor environments.
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Definition of stackable for English Language Learners
: able to be arranged in a stack
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