capable of being cleft or split.
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- cleavage cavity,
- cleavage division,
- cleavage line,
- cleavage product
Origin of cleavable
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Examples from the Web for cleavable
The shakes were split very thin, for sugar pine is among the most cleavable woods of this country.American Forest Trees|Henry H. Gibson