moveable

[ moo-vuh-buh l ]
/ ˈmu və bəl /

adjective, noun

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OTHER WORDS FROM moveable

un·move·a·ble, adjective

Definition for moveable (2 of 2)

movable

or move·a·ble

[ moo-vuh-buh l ]
/ ˈmu və bəl /

adjective

capable of being moved; not fixed in one place, position, or posture.
Law. (of property)
  1. not permanent in reference to place; capable of being moved without injury.
  2. personal, as distinguished from real.
changing from one date to another in different years: a movable holiday.
(of type or matrices) able to be rearranged.

noun

an article of furniture that is not fixed in place.
Often movables. Law. an article of personal property not attached to land.

Origin of movable

1350–1400; Middle English mevable, movable < Anglo-French movable. See move, -able

OTHER WORDS FROM movable

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British Dictionary definitions for moveable

movable

moveable

/ (ˈmuːvəbəl) /

adjective

able to be moved or rearranged; not fixed
(esp of religious festivals such as Easter) varying in date from year to year
(usually spelt moveable) law denoting or relating to personal property as opposed to realty
printing (of type) cast singly so that each character is on a separate piece of type suitable for composition by hand, as founder's type

noun

(often plural) a movable article, esp a piece of furniture

Derived forms of movable

movability or movableness, nounmovably, adverb
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