Definition of Kneadable

1. a. That may be kneaded; capable of being worked into a mass.



Definition of Kneadable

1. Adjective. Capable of being kneaded, or worked into a mass. ¹

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Definition of Kneadable

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kneadable

knavishly
knavishness
knaw
knawe
knawed
knawel
knawels
knawes
knawing
knaws
knawvshawl
knawvshawled
knawvshawling
knawvshawls
knead
kneadable (current term)
kneaded
kneader
kneaders
kneading
kneading trough
kneading troughs
kneadingly
kneads
knebelite
knebelites
kneck
knecks
knee
knee-cap

Literary usage of Kneadable

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1. An Introduction to Geology: Intended to Convey a Practical Knowledge of the by Robert Bakewell, Benjamin Silliman (1833)
"Quick moss (as it is called) is a substance of a .more or less brown colour, forms a kneadable compound, and when good, cuts freely and clean with the spade ..."

2. An Introduction to Geology, Illustrative of the General Structure of the by Robert Bakewell (1815)
"... forms a kneadable compound, and when good, cuts freely and clean with the spade; but when it resists the spade by a degree of elasticity, it is found to ..."

3. Strata Identified by Organized Fossils, Containing Prints on Colored Paper by William Smith (1816)
"Consistence, over the stone dry sandy loam, above and below approaching to clay ; kneadable clay loam intermediate. SUBSOIL, yellower than the soil, ..."

4. An Introduction to Geology: Comprising the Elements of the Science in Its by Robert Bakewell, Benjamin Silliman (1829)
"... forms a kneadable compound, and when good, cuts freely and clean with the spade; but when it resists the spade by a degree of elasticity, it is found to ..."

5. Odorographia: A Natural History of Raw Materials and Drugs Used in the by John Charles Sawer (1892)
"Adulterated specimens, on the contrary, furnish very hard, no longer kneadable masses when rubbed with half their weight of slaked lime. ..."

6. Petroleum: It's History, Origin, Occurence, Production, Physical and by Alexander Veith (1894)
"Mineral pitch (kneadable, black, in very thin layers, brown). 7. Asphalt (brittle, black). The fluid bitumens, to which the general term " earth oils " may ..."

7. An Outline of the Mineralogy of the Shetland Islands, and of the Island of by Robert Jameson (1798)
"... forms a kneadable com* pound, and when good, cuts freely and clean with the ... peat matter becomes much altered, being incapable of forming a kneadable ..."

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