passable[ pas-uh-buhl, pah-suh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF passable
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PASSABLE
The 3rd Brigade with camels would follow if the road was passable.
The gulf, he felt, was not passable with security nor credit.
It seemed to her that most women would find him more than passable.
There could never be any choice, of course—the mountains were passable only when the weather was hot.
Even in the rainy season, the Argentine plains had always been passable.
She is just out of a convent, and has no manners, really, but is passable as to looks.
Does the Sermon on the Mount seem to you a passable code of morals?
Save in very wet weather this road was passable for most vehicles.
The Rhombus cardina, a passable fish of the pleuronect genus.
He was a passable man, with a gentlemanly mustache and good pumps.