attachable

All Adjective Noun
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  • A box usually has a bottom and four side panels and often has an attachable top.
  • Like all toys in the line, both came with attachable weapon pieces despite the fact the character did not use any in the game or film.
  • Attachable "hardware" may also be found, including energy shields and head-mounted lanterns.
  • Various attachable rifle grenade launcher models were designed during World War I.
  • Skeleton kits often have unique features such as glow-in-the-dark pieces or attachable internal organs.
  • A recent addition to the above is an attachable laptop cooler and a comfort pad built into one.
  • A large share, therefore, of the blame attachable to this failure must rest where fidelity of narration has obliged me to place it. Cited from Campaigns of the British Army 1814-1815, by G. R. Gleig
  • In preparation for burial, missing body parts would be replaced (but these do not appear as if they would have been useful, or even attachable) before death.
  • The original grill-attachable design returned for 2011, for the first time since 1999.
  • The Marksman light gun is a pistol that features an attachable stock and barrel.
  • Occasionally, a racing game or driving simulator will also include an attachable steering wheel that can be used to play the game in place of a controller.
  • The totem names given by women, or assumed on account of the conditions attachable to women as mothers, did not extend to the human fathers. Cited from Folklore as an Historical Science, by George Laurence Gomme
  • One reason for the installation of more bidets in North America is the lower cost of attachable or add-on bidets.
  • "Twice, now, attachments have been served on Mr. Gamble when the news of his having attachable property could only have come from our set." Cited from Five Thousand an Hour, by George Randolph Chester
  • They all had attachable wings to become winged unicorns.
  • But there are also attachable bullets used with any panties, thongs or g-strings.
  • A surface structure can be generated that is biologically attachable by surface modification using laser pulses, allowing better joining with bone.
  • Modules in SimCity are attachable structures that can add functionality to existing user-placeable buildings.
  • In this manner I have surveyed the several conditions attachable to the study of folklore and the various departments of science with which it is inseparably associated. Cited from Folklore as an Historical Science, by George Laurence Gomme
  • Thus the brake is readily attachable to existing blocks. Cited from Scientific American Supplement, No. 446, July 19, 1884, by Various
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Meaning of attachable

  • adjective Capable of being fastened or added to something else
    a handle attachable by two bolts