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coagulable

[ koh-ag-yuh-luh-buhl ]

adjective

  1. capable of being coagulated.


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Other Words From

  • co·agu·la·bili·ty noun
  • hyper·co·agu·la·bili·ty noun
  • hyper·co·agu·la·ble adjective
  • nonco·agu·la·bili·ty noun
  • nonco·agu·la·ble adjective
  • unco·agu·la·ble adjective

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Word History and Origins

Origin of coagulable1

First recorded in 1645–55; coagul(ate) + -able

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Example Sentences

It is especially noticeable among the meat juices, so called, that none shows any appreciable amount of coagulable proteids.

The company must certainly be aware of the fact that its product contains little, if any, coagulable proteids.

It contains practically no coagulable protein material, one of the products characteristic of a meat juice.

In the case of Carnine, the coagulable matter appears to be introduced by the use of blood itself.

The exact nature of the coagulable protein matter in Wyeths Beef Juice has not been ascertained.

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