Stackable vs Snackable - What's the difference?

stackable | snackable |


As adjectives the difference between stackable and snackable

is that stackable is capable of being stacked while snackable is (informal) suitable for snacking upon.

As a noun stackable

is (computing) a network switch that can be set up to operate with other network switches.

stackable

English

Adjective

(-)
  • Capable of being stacked.
  • Noun

    (en noun) (Stackable switch)
  • (computing) A network switch that can be set up to operate with other network switches.
  • snackable

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • (informal) Suitable for snacking upon.
  • * 2002 , Jennifer Hanson, The Real Freshman Handbook
  • Instead of a head of mats, give yourself one of chili peppers or green beans or other snackable , filamentous source of quick carbos.
  • * 2002 , Jay Weinstein, The Everything Vegetarian Cookbook
  • Keeping delicious, snackable marinated tofu, like the kind below, on hand for sandwiches, salads, and wraps will ensure that you get these nutrients...
  • * 2007 , Brian Reich, Dan Solomon, Media Rules!
  • Media is bite-size (or snackable ). Content has to be consumable or people don't know how to fit it into their day.

    Hypernyms

    * eatable * edible

    Synonyms

    * munchable