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Capable of being fused or melted by heating.

fu′si·bil′i·ty, fu′si·ble·ness n.
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capable of being fused or melted
ˌfusiˈbility, ˈfusibleness n
ˈfusibly adv
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(ˈfyu zə bəl)

capable of being fused or melted.
fu`si•bil′i•ty, fu′si•ble•ness, n.
fu′si•bly, adv.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.fusible - capable of being melted and fused
liquified, melted, liquid - changed from a solid to a liquid state; "rivers filled to overflowing by melted snow"
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References in classic literature ?
He was of the iron of which martyrs are made, but in the heart of the matrix had lurked a nobler metal, fusible at a milder heat, yet never coloring nor softening the hard exterior.
Do not the constructive fingers of Watt, Fulton, Whittemore, Arkwright, predict the fusible, hard, and temperable texture of metals, the properties of stone, water, and wood?
The stars in her quilt are fussy-cut from a star fabric and finished with fusible raw edge applique.
There is a long history of using fusible links for fire detection, and this type of automatic detection is still in widespread use.
Chengdu and Chongqing may become a wonderland for manufacturing industries, with no exception to interlining industry for woven interlining, non-woven interlining and fusible interlining.
Quilt-designing sisters Barbara and Teri provide here a fine gathering of projects that express their love of quilting, blending traditional with trendy fabrics and colors in 14 projects that focus on piecing and fusible applique.
The most used sprinkler is with low-fusible alloy (Fig.1-a: ensemble, Fig1-b: fusible support device).
MATERIALS + 1 yard of faux suede fabric + 2/3 yard of plaid minkee fabric + 1 yard of fusible fleece + 10 yards of coordinating readymade piping + 1/3 yard of mediumweight fusible interfacing + 1/2 yard of double-sided fusible web + 1/2 yard of muslin + 5% yards of l"-wide polyester webbing + Stabilizer: mediumweight cut-away & paper-release adhesive cut-away + Two 24" regular nylon zippers + Two 1" metal parachute buckles + Two 1" metal D-rings + Two 1" swivel clasps + Two 18" square x 2" thick foam cushions + 12" square of 1/8"-thick plywood + Thread: 40-wt.
Once that love developed while taking classes at a local quilt shop, Margie eventually merged her experience designing stitchery patterns for pillows and fusible applique for tea towels with quilting, and her business soon grew into the Ribbon Candy Quilt Company in 2010.
This easy, pretty pattern from Abigail Dolinger uses basic fusible raw-edge applique to get all the style of a Dresden plate with none of the stress!