1. the quality of being suitable for the passage of a ship or aircraft
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How To Use navigability In A Sentence

  • Having established the course of the Nile and its navigability to the Murchison Falls close to the The Life of Gordon, Volume I
  • Hyperlink navigability refers to a specific function that leads an Internet user to other Web sites via hyperlinks.
  • If Washington is truly concerned about Chinese threats to the freedom of navigation in Asia—as U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been voicing for the past year—it cannot afford to ignore what Taiwan means for commerce and navigability in the region. The Taiwanese Disconnect
  • This had serious repercussions for the river, as navigability is a requirement for the protections of the Clean Water Act. Lisa Kaas Boyle: Return of the L.A. River
  • The Danube, representing Europe, touches the papal coat of arms; the Rio de la Plata, the New World, sits on a pile of coins signifying wealth; the African Nile is hooded, because no one knew its source; the Asian Ganges holds an oar, denoting navigability. Perfection, Squared
  • However, this bridge was the limit of navigability of the river, which is why it is the furthest upstream that you find the remnants of docks.
  • These all help to address the navigability problem a little, but none of them really provide the missing synoptic view of past contents. 2009 June 15 | Serendipity
  • Overall, design and navigability are improving, and a more consistent approach between sites is emerging.
  • Comments concerning the software's navigability and graphics were mostly favorable.
  • Within a few years the improved navigability of the river Don enabled them to compete even more successfully in distant markets.
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