Definition of fusible in English:

fusible

adjective

  • Able to be fused or melted easily.

    • ‘Stabilize the centerfront edges with fusible stay tape on the fabric wrong side. Also fuse the tape over the shoulder and armhole seamlines.’
    • ‘In a car, fusible links are usually placed very close to the battery so that if anything goes wrong, they're the first thing to blow.’
    • ‘If you don't sew, you can use iron on fusible tape.’
    • ‘Interfacing shouldn't make the fabric stiff - use a fusible tricot or a lightweight, sew-in woven interfacing; test a swatch.’
    • ‘If necessary, fuse interfacing to the slipcover fabric wrong side, or fuse two fabric layers together with fusible web.’
    • ‘Apply fusible web to the patch wrong side and fuse it to the garment, following the manufacturer's instructions.’
    • ‘When traditional stitching is eliminated in favor of securing fabrics with fusible adhesive, the result is a quick-to-finish garment.’
    • ‘Some of these alloys, which melt at temperatures even lower than the boiling point of water, are referred to as fusible alloys.’
    • ‘Wrought iron contains only a few tenths of a percent of carbon, is tough, malleable, less fusible, and has usually a ‘fibrous’ structure.’
    • ‘Choose a fusible or non-fusible cut-away stabilizer in a weight to complement the fabric weight.’
    • ‘Using a press cloth, press one side of the fusible web to the lamé. Fuse another web piece to the grosgrain ribbon.’
    • ‘Quick response sprinklers with fusible elements that are highly responsive to the change in the temperatures are used in residential occupancies.’
    • ‘There also are paper-back fusible products that can be ironed on the appliqué wrong side, then heat-pressed in place on the garment.’
    • ‘Stabilize the pleats with lightweight fusible interfacing.’
    • ‘In situations where temperature could pose a threat, fusible plugs are designed to melt and release the gas long before critical pressure levels are reached.’
    • ‘Tens of millions of years earlier these two black holes were simply stars, until they exhausted all their fusible fuel and collapsed to the most compact state imaginable.’
    • ‘Other fabrics (such as canvas) may be bonded to the fashion fabric with fusible web to darken the room even more.’
    • ‘Draw the design onto fusible or plain tear-away stabilizer.’
    • ‘Sew covers for the pillows out of luxe cranberry and chocolate brown fabrics (use fusible tape for a no-sew seaming option).’
    • ‘For loose or bulky knits, apply fusible interfacing to the wrong side to stabilize and encourage them to perform more like woven fabrics.’

Origin

Late Middle English: from Old French, or from medieval Latin fusibilis, from fundere pour, melt.

Pronunciation:

fusible

/ˈfyo͞ozəbəl/