Recent Examples of washable from the Web
Cavin-Winfrey suggests providing a machine-washable bath mat (with or without rubber backing) for use right after a shower or bath.
By using its washable circuits with sensors, sewn into the lining of the bra, which will then track electrocardiogram signals from the ticker.
Yep, the cover is removable and machine washable (whew).
Also on Thursday, Mizzen&Main will open a pop-up with the label’s signature machine-washable men’s dress shirts in stretchy, lightweight fabric ($125).
Many of the Colorado company’s hats offer UPF 50+ sun protection, come in a variety of colors and are lightweight, foldable and washable.
Snow said no two patterns are alike, and the washable scarf will be ready to take home by the end of class.
Dress in washable shoes and play clothes and have everyone toss their muddy stuff in a plastic bag when you're done.
To use it on a washable item, spray the stain liberally with Zout and then launder as usual.
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First Known Use of washable
WASHABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of washable for English Language Learners
: able to be washed without being damaged
: able to be removed by washing
WASHABLE Defined for Kids
Definition of washable for Students
: capable of being cleansed without damage a washable jacket
Medical Definition of washable
1: capable of being washed without damage
2: soluble in water washable ointment bases
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