That can be given, displayed, or offered: presentable gifts; presentable attire. (adjective)
Fit for introduction to others: presentable relatives. (adjective)
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Use "presentable" in a sentence
"COLLINS: Chris, we know Mr. Devlin's attorneys have concerns about what they call presentable clothing for that -- for that video that they'll be doing."
"Donâ€ ™ t you feel the pressure of always looking presentable, which is expected from Bollywood actresses?"
"She really wasn't very "presentable" in her house dress, but what moved me was her interest in life itself; literally using her window looking onto life in the street - she is ever interested in what passes her way - that spirit of hopefulness gives us all hope!"