concretable
 n.— «In an industrial lot alongside Pike Road, amid steel frames and giant cranes, is where portables are born. The concrete cottages that go together like an erector set and promise more permanence are finding their way to school campuses.…“I call these relocatables,” said Sanger, patting the walls of a finished classroom that was ready to be loaded and hauled to Wellington High School last week.…Sanger said using concrete portables—concretables—is a response to a state law that is requiring the district to house all children in buildings that meet building codes.» —“Creator Of Portables Tries Henry Ford Method” by Angie Francalancia Palm Beach Post (Florida) Mar. 20, 2002. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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