infusible


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in·fu·si·ble

(in-fyū'zi-bĕl),
1. Incapable of being melted or fused.
2. Capable of being made into an infusion.

infusible

(ĭn-fyo͞o′zə-bəl)
adj.
Suitable for infusion; capable of being infused.

in·fus′i·bil′i·ty, in·fus′i·ble·ness n.

infusible

(ĭn-fū′zĭ-bl) [L. in-, not, + fusio, fusion]
Not capable of being fused or melted.

infusible

[L. in, into, + fundere, to pour]
Capable of being made into an infusion.
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