[ UK /wˈɜːkəbə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˈwɝkəbəɫ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. capable of being done with means at hand and circumstances as they are
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How To Use workable In A Sentence

  • When fishing the ocean you need a good quality reel that is corrosion proof and fitted with a good quality and workable drag system that won't seize up when you hook that big one.
  • It has appointed a working group to produce a workable plan by the end of April. Times, Sunday Times
  • It has proved to be workable and effective. Times, Sunday Times
  • They did not quite endorse "dismember and disembowel" as a workable alternative. Beyond Repeal And Replace
  • This book is about achieving workable strategy in a complex world.
  • The energy giants have played hardball - and a scheme to make them fund the handouts has proved unworkable. The Sun
  • Ordered by Sennett to come up with a more workable screen image, Chaplin improvised an outfit consisting of a too-small coat, too-large pants, floppy shoes, and a battered derby. Five People Born on April 16 | myFiveBest
  • Investigations at the site found that key elements of the automatic hose system had been unworkable. Times, Sunday Times
  • These fields of practice, along with the study of gerontology, have formulated many workable answers to the hard questions.
  • She said that she had worn the dress after the outfit she first chose proved unworkable with the weather screen. Times, Sunday Times
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