Definition of Temperable

1. a. Capable of being tempered.



Definition of Temperable

1. Adjective. Capable of being tempered. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Temperable

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Temperable

temerous
temes
temnospondyl
temnospondyls
temoporfin
temozolomide
temp
temped
tempeh
tempehs
temper
temper'd
temper tantrum
temper tantrums
tempera
temperable (current term)
temperament
temperamental
temperamentalities
temperamentality
temperamentally
temperaments
temperance
temperances
temperancy
temperas
temperate
temperate bacteriophage
temperate phage
temperate rain forest

Literary usage of Temperable

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1. Text-book of the Materials of Engineering by Herbert Fisher Moore (1917)
"not weldable (except by actual fusion) and not temperable ; they all contain a large percentage of carbon (high carbon content), are brittle and have a ..."

2. Text-book of the Materials of Engineering by Herbert Fisher Moore (1917)
"not weldable (except by actual fusion) and not temperable; they all contain a large percentage of carbon (high carbon content), are brittle and have a ..."

3. Textbook of the Materials of Engineering by Herbert Fisher Moore, Harrison Frederick Gonnerman (1922)
"These are all fusible, but not malleable, not weldable (except by actual fusion) and not temperable; they all contain a large percentage of carbon (high ..."

4. Mechanics of Materials by Mansfield Merriman (1905)
"The following comparison points out the distinctive differences between the three kinds of iron: Cast iron, 5 to 2 7.2 Not malleable, not temperable Steel, ..."

5. Mechanics of Materials by Mansfield Merriman (1914)
"The following comparison points out the distinctive differences between the three kinds of iron: ****** Cast iron, 5 to 2 7.2 Not malleable, not temperable ..."

6. Text-book of the Materials of Engineering by Herbert Fisher Moore, Harrison Frederick Gonnerman (1920)
"These are all fusible, but not malleable, not weldable (except by actual fusion) and not temperable ; they all contain a large percentage of carbon (high ..."

7. Text-book of the Materials of Engineering by Herbert Fisher Moore, Harrison Frederick Gonnerman (1920)
"... but not malleable, not weldable (except by actual fusion) and not temperable; ... weldable, fusible only with great difficulty, and is not temperable. ..."

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