Capable of being washed without fading or other injury: washable wool. (adjective)
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Use "washable" in a sentence
"The floor is painted for basketball only; during volleyball season, lines are marked in washable tempura paint, then mopped off after games."
"These three or four variations of style in what we may call washable rugs are almost equally good where red warp is used, substituting"
"Pale pink, sleeveless, princess seams and a full skirt - the waist at the waist and a skinny belt. it is some kind of washable polyester but it looks and feels like silk."