Definition of Resettable

1. Adjective. Capable of being reset. ¹



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Definition of Resettable

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Resettable

reservoir
reservoir bag
reservoir host
reservoir of infection
reservoirs
reservor
reservors
reses
reset
reset nodus sinuatrialis
resets
resettability
resettable (current term)
resetted
resetter
resetters
resetting
resettle
resettled
resettlement
resettlements
resettler
resettlers
resettles
resettling
resew
resewed

Literary usage of Resettable

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1. The Holy Grail and Other Poems by Alfred Tennyson Tennyson (1870)
"... god ran ever round in gold—• Others of glass as costly—some with gems Moveable and resettable at will, And trebling all the rest in value—Ah heavens ! ..."

2. The Holy Grail and Other Poems: And Other Poems by Alfred Tennyson Tennyson (1870)
"... god ran ever round in gold — Others of glass as costly —some with gems Movable and resettable at will, And trebling all the rest in value — Ah heavens ! ..."

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