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Definition of "fordable" [ford•a•ble]

  • Able to be forded. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "fordable" in a sentence
  • "Two miles down was a drift '(they call a fordable dip a drift in"
  • "It was impossible to imagine, he said, “that the angry armies of two angry and quarrelling nations should day after day face each other with cannons pointed at each other, and only a fordable river between them, and conflict not result.”"
  • "The stream was very high and the current very swift, the water, tumbling along over its rocky bed in an immense volume, but still it was fordable for infantry if means could be devised by which the men could keep their feet."