Origin of removableMedieval Latin removibilis
The removable decorative pillow covers can be changed out very easily because they have a zipper closure.
When a jacket has a hood that can be zipped off with a zipper and then attached again if desired, this is an example of a removable hood.
(comparative more removable, superlative most removable)
- Able to be removed.
- When the piece fell off, I was relieved to see that it appeared to be removable.
- Both were, at least in theory, officers named by the king and removable by him.
- The top of the still had a removable head, connected with a condenser consisting of a copper worm in a barrel of water.
- The woodwork, including doors and door frames, was removable, and the tenant might bring and take away his own.
- The introduction of the India Bill in November 1783 alarmed many vested interests, and offended the king by the provision which gave the patronage of India to a commission to be named by the ministry and removable only by parliament.
- He looked small in the middle of the foyer, and he wore an insincere smile like he might any other piece of easily removable clothing.