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Definition of "fathomable" [fath•om•a•ble]

  • Able to be to fathomed (adjective)

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Use "fathomable" in a sentence
  • "He thinks it's just a failure to speak in fathomable language, an unthinking capitulation to the professionalization of academic discourse."
  • "This test question is only fathomable when one connects that it's also the name of the UVA men's athletic teams."
  • "Is the multiple cover thingy any more fathomable to you than it is to a reader?"