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infusible

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[ in-fyoo-zuh-buhl ]
/ ɪnˈfyu zə bəl /
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adjective
not fusible; incapable of being fused or melted.
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Origin of infusible

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First recorded in 1545–55; in-3 + fusible

OTHER WORDS FROM infusible

in·fu·si·bil·i·ty, in·fu·si·ble·ness, nounnon·in·fu·si·bil·i·ty, noun

Other definitions for infusible (2 of 2)

infusible2
[ in-fyoo-zuh-buhl ]
/ ɪnˈfyu zə bəl /

adjective
capable of being infused.

Origin of infusible

2
First recorded in 1650–60; infuse + -ible
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British Dictionary definitions for infusible (1 of 2)

infusible1
/ (ɪnˈfjuːzəbəl) /

adjective
not fusible; not easily melted; having a high melting point

Derived forms of infusible

infusibility or infusibleness, noun

Word Origin for infusible

C16: from in- 1 + fusible

British Dictionary definitions for infusible (2 of 2)

infusible2
/ (ɪnˈfjuːzəbəl) /

adjective
capable of being infused

Derived forms of infusible

infusibility or infusibleness, noun

Word Origin for infusible

C17: from infuse + -ible
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