Definition of Cookable

1. Adjective. That can be cooked; suitable for cooking. ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Cookable

1. cook [adj] - See also: cook

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cookable

cooing
cooing murmur
cooingly
cooings
cook
cook-chill
cook-off
cook-offs
cook-up
cook book
cook off
cook out
cook the books
cook up
cookability
cookable (current term)
cookbook
cookbookery
cookbooks
cooked
cooked-over
cooked mode
cooked the books
cooked up
cookee
cookees
cookeite
cooker
cooker hood
cookeries

Literary usage of Cookable

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1. Enquiry Into Plants and Minor Works on Odours and Weather Signs by Theophrastus (1916)
"At all events the conditions occur for a variety of reasons ; for in many parts 2 there are places which regularly produce seeds that are ' cookable,' while ..."

2. The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore by Thomas Moore, Alfred Denis Godley (1910)
"... he actually found it That e'er tripp'd upon trotters or soar'd upon wings— Compos'd of all possible cookable things All products of earth, ..."

3. The Popular Science Monthly (1884)
"All the cookable and eatable fats fall into the class of " fixed oils," so named by chemists to distinguish them from the " volatile oils," otherwise ..."

4. The Popular Science Monthly by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1884)
"I will therefore do the best I can toward solving the problem in my own way. All the cookable and eatable fats fall into the class of "fixed ..."

5. A Visit to Salt Lake: Being a Journey Across the Plains, and a Residence in by William Chandless (1857)
"Owing to Savage's hyper- liberality to the Indians, we were out of everything but a little flour, which is not very cookable without adjuncts, ..."

6. The Life of Ellen H. Richards by Caroline Louisa Hunt (1912)
""It is an irritating, nay a deeply saddening, problem for a wise dyspeptic to ponder, the superabundance of things cookable in this world of ours, ..."

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