workable[ wur-kuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF workable
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WORKABLE
A workable knowledge; I can write about one hundred words a minute.
Of course we may not be able to come to a workable arrangement.
It would have been easier to appraise had there been a workable alternative.
Beside exercises a boy should have simple, workable rules for living.
It may be planted as soon as the ground is in workable condition.
He doubted that it was workable because it centralized power in Washington.
She considered the matter, at first unsentimentally, as a workable proposition.
Because the one workable argument had a good chance of succeeding.
"It may not even be a workable scheme when put to the test," he says.
Any workable plan for the organization of the world must have an economic foundation.