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wearable (ˈwɛərəbəl Pronunciation for wearable



  1. suitable for wear or able to be worn


  1. (often plural) any garment that can be worn

Derived Forms

ˌwearaˈbility noun

Example Sentences Including 'wearable'

Gwendolen slipped her feet into her brown, still wearable school shoes and went out.
Emecheta, Buchi Gwendolen
However, when wearable art designers plundered my ideas with wire mesh and rainbow-striped muslin, I decided to stick to my day job.
New Zealand Herald (2004)
In a week of subdued colour and pattern, they sparkled with both in a show full of young, wearable clothes.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
Nothing to make the world stand still, but full of wearable clothes.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
The suit I had on yesterday isn't wearable till it gets some attention.
Harcourt, Palma Double Deceit
Vaughan Pratt, who leads the research on wearable computers at Stanford, has developed a sign language that he calls thumbcode.
New Scientist (1999)
Yes, and it's wearable , beautifully toned and with some superb sculptural qualities.
The Mercury, Sunday Tasmanian (2004)


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