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Again, it seems unlikely—Silverview is a perfectly serviceable thriller, even if it is comparatively unambitious.

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“These trucks needs to be serviceable and maintainable and they need to have higher uptime, which is what every carrier cares about regardless of whether it is autonomous or not,” Lu said.

The serviceable, common truth in these cases is easy to see.

By 2030, Wejo estimates a connected vehicle data market of $500 billion and a serviceable addressable market of $61 billion driven by projections of more than 600 million connected vehicles worldwide.

Through too much of Thunder Force, McCarthy makes do with dialogue and situations that are serviceable at best.

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The Soviet Union had a serviceable ideology, communism, which appealed to people all over the world.

Most of the clips online that show Corden singing are tongue-in-cheek, though his voice does come off as serviceable.

As a means of fixing the fundamental problem of adapting Gatsby, the conceit does a serviceable job of correcting a deficit.

Though I hasten to repeat that my first batch was…completely serviceable.

With one person a single word, with another a phrase, and with another a sentence, is most serviceable.

She was, however, afterwards got off the rocks and repaired, and is now a very serviceable vessel in the colony.

Sin Sin Wa never moved, and the raven, settling down upon the Chinaman's shoulder, closed his serviceable eye.

She never got dishevelled or untidy, and her trim tweed skirt and serviceable boots never made her look unwomanly.

He was highly serviceable to the royal cause during the English civil wars.


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On this page you'll find 65 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to serviceable, such as: dependable, usable, advantageous, aiding, assistive, and beneficial.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.