Words nearby washable
OTHER WORDS FROM washablewash·a·bil·i·ty, nounnon·wash·a·ble, adjectiveun·wash·a·ble, adjective
Examples from the Web for washable
The linen or serge jumper dress, made with a washable underblouse, is a most satisfactory garment for the school dress.Appropriate Clothes for the High School Girl|Virginia M. Alexander
For not only must they be of this washable nature, but they must be of a character to resist the influence of the heat.The Turkish Bath|Robert Owen Allsop
Oil colour when flatted makes a nice wall, whether "stippled" or plain, and is both durable and washable.Principles of Decorative Design|Christopher Dresser
All the walls in the building were whitewashed and washable.Royal Highness|Thomas Mann
Elaborate, carved, or upholstered furniture is unsuitable in a sick room, but if it must be used it should have washable covers.