Examples of navigable in a Sentence
The marsh was navigable only by canoe.
this map shows which rivers are navigable and which aren't
Recent Examples of navigable from the Web
The Gold Souk district stretches along the Deira side of Dubai Creek, a navigable waterway that is the heart of old town Dubai.
The 1972 law gave the agencies control over navigable rivers and interstate waterways, but a series of court rulings left the extent of that power ambiguous.
In February, Trump signed an executive order directing the EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers to review Obama’s expanded definition of navigable waters with a view to rescinding it.
Both Ohio and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which maintains the shipping channels, have been working on finding new ways of the silt that is dredged from harbors to keep them navigable.
By upscaling a 2D video game level to a 3D-navigable jaunt, the level's dangers lessen.
Rowe, CEO of Global Boatworks LLC of Pompano Beach, said Luxuria is certified by the U.S. Coast Guard as a navigable vessel.
That L.A. has a navigable river at all surprises many folks.
Sunday’s forecast calls for much more navigable conditions, with rain possibilities expected to be no more than 30 percent.
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First Known Use of navigable
NAVIGABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of navigable for English Language Learners
: deep and wide enough for boats and ships to travel on or through : capable of being navigated
NAVIGABLE Defined for Kids
Definition of navigable for Students
1 : deep enough and wide enough to permit passage of ships a navigable river
2 : possible to steer a navigable balloon
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