Definition of Hewable

1. hew [adj] - See also: hew



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hewable

heurekas
heuretic
heuretics
heurism
heurisms
heuristic
heuristic program
heuristic rule
heuristical
heuristically
heuristics
heveas
hevery
hew
hew out
hewable (current term)
hewe
hewed
hewer
hewers
hewest
heweth
hewettite
hewgh
hewhole
hewing
hewings
hewn
hews
hewwo

Literary usage of Hewable

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1. The physical geology and geography of Great Britain: a manual of British geology by Andrew Crombie Ramsay (1878)
"In Scotland and the north of England, where hewable stone abounds, almost all the houses are built of sandstone, grey and sombre; in many of the Oolitic ..."

2. The Physical Geology and Geography of Great Britain: A Course of Six by Andrew Crombie Ramsay (1863)
"Thus sandstone may, by that process, become converted into quartz- rock, which is no longer hewable, like ordinary sandstone, but breaks with a hard and ..."

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