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Major, well-traveled roads, especially those that are treated, should be passable but could still become slick when snow falls steadily.
Highways and main roads, especially treated ones, should remain passable.
Untreated roads are slick in many areas but certainly passable with caution.
I wasn’t super impressed when I reviewed the Echo Buds around this time last year, but Amazon’s first shot at Alexa-powered fully wireless earbuds was passable.
"The cañon is perfectly passable on foot," replied the young officer, stiffly and angrily.
OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST
Wild as the land was, it was thus far passable, while toward the north lay the untraversable.
OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST
The Curaoa track is hardly passable, but it must be trod to-morrow by the degenerate feet of their successor the Wallaroos.
There could never be any choice, of course—the mountains were passable only when the weather was hot.
SPACE PRISONTOM GODWIN
At several points along the course of this river I observed similar bridges of rock, but this one only is passable for horses.
Ralph obeyed instructions in an awkward, though passable manner, whereat the artist looked his approval.
RALPH GRANGER'S FORTUNESWILLIAM PERRY BROWN

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