stackable

adjective
stack·able | \ˈsta-kə-bəl \

Definition of stackable 

: easily arranged in a stack

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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 For lunch, Mookhi is filling stackable steel lunch boxes with lamb, prawns, vegetables, basmati rice, dal bhukara and house salad. Jenn Harris, latimes.com, "This new Mid-Wilshire dessert shop specializes in one thing: s'mores," 22 May 2018 The other side is a happy jumble of delicate stationery, stackable bento lunchboxes for children and stylish kitchenware, including smooth wooden spoons and white steel chef’s knives. Giulia Pines, New York Times, "Five Places to Go in Düsseldorf," 11 May 2018 Hermés’ stackable bangles practically function as accessories for your day-drinking beverage of choice, whether that’s a Derby-official mint julep or ice cold Veuve Clicquot. Amber Elliott, Houston Chronicle, "What to Wear: Best in show for Derby parties," 2 May 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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