stackable

adjective
stack·​able | \ˈsta-kə-bəl \

Definition of stackable 

: easily arranged in a stack

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From antique-inspired arm chairs to ultra-modern stackable counter stools, this affordable line has a little something for every taste and budget. Jaime Osnato, SELF, "Amazon’s New Home Collection Is My Vision Board Come to Life—Here Are 13 Things I Want," 21 Nov. 2018 The room also features an LG stackable washer/dryer, ready to tackle dirty towels, dog beds, and even gym clothes. Taylor Mead, House Beautiful, "If You Have A Pet, You Need This Doggy Room," 25 Oct. 2018 Expancity uses tiles to represent zoning and civic buildings, but your actual commercial and residential buildings are constructed of stackable plastic pieces that rise off the table and draw the eyes of curious passers-by. Aaron Zimmerman, Ars Technica, "The hottest new board games from Gen Con 2018," 11 Aug. 2018 My favorite item already being these $2 stackable wine glasses. Danielle Tullo, House Beautiful, "Target's New Home Line Has Officially Launched," 25 June 2018 Homes for Hope Designed by USC architecture students and the Martin Architecture and Design Workshop in 2016, Homes for Hope’s modish, 6½-by-11-foot pods are intended to be stackable, easily reconfigured, and code compliant. Zoie Matthew, Los Angeles Magazine, "Here’s What’s Being Done to End L.A.’s Homelessness Crisis," 14 June 2018 My favorite item already being these $2 stackable wine glasses. Danielle Tullo, House Beautiful, "Target's New Home Line Is Simple And Perfect, And You're Going To Want It All," 7 June 2018 There is zero decor, other than four uncomfortable, stackable chairs and a small table with the same very old magazines, and no ambiance. Lisa Pawlak, Washington Post, "I see a world around me that’s healthy and alive. I wish that were my world.," 8 Apr. 2018 There is zero decor, other than four uncomfortable, stackable chairs and a small table with the same very old magazines, and no ambiance. Lisa Pawlak, Washington Post, "I see a world around me that’s healthy and alive. I wish that were my world.," 8 Apr. 2018

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1958, in the meaning defined above

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stackable

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of stackable

: able to be arranged in a stack

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