In*fu"si*ble (?), a. [From Infuse, v.]

Capable of being infused.

Doctrines being infusible into all. Hammond.

 

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In*fu"si*ble, a. [Pref. in- not + fusible: cf. F. infusible.]

Not fusible; incapble or difficalt of fusion, or of being dissolved or melted.

Sir T. Browne.

The best crucibles are made of Limoges earth, which seems absolutely infusible. Lavoisier (Trans. ).

 

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