Definition of walkable
: capable of or suitable for being walked a very walkable city a walkable distance
Recent Examples of walkable from the Web
Working with ARC, plans were made to reshape the typical suburban sprawl of cul-de-sacs and big box stores and create a walkable town center where people could live throughout a lifetime.
Millennials are looking for a livable, walkable city.
And, with Akron's push to make its neighborhoods more walkable and bikeable, Adams and his wife, Kelley, got to work.
Inexpensive but attractive structures such as elaborate vendor stalls are built parallel to the façade of the old shopping center, creating a walkable alley with places for adults to sit and kids play.
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WALKABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of walkable for English Language Learners
: suitable for walking
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